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CHANCELLOR 



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MRS. JANIE RICE TAYLOR Jackson 

MR. R. D. MORROW Brandon 

MR. J. W. BACKSTROM Leakesville 

MR. REECE D. McLENDON Poplarville 

MRS. HAZEL PEERY LEE Eupora 

MR. H. G. CARPENTER Rolling Fork 

MR. M. V. B. MILLER . . . 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

MR. R. W. REED Tupelo 

MR. R. B. SMITH, JR Ripley 

MR. PAUL H. BOWDRE Hernando 

MR. J. O. EMMERICH McComb 

MR. R. N. HENLEY Macon 

DR. H. M. IVY Meridian 

Meridian 



if Chancellor J. D. Williams had his way, he would 
spend more of his time with the students. As it is, though, 
meetings, conferences, luncheons, and general office 
business take up so much time that few students see him 
more than half a dozen times a year. 

On one particular day last November, for instance, the 
chancellor rushed into his office for a 3:00 p.m. appoint- 
ment. 

"Ole Miss is winning 21-0!" he told his secretary. He 
had left the grid battle between the Baby Rebels and the 
State Yearlings in the second half. Snatching a few min- 
utes here and there to be around the students has be- 
come one of the most familiar traits of the man who suc- 
ceeded A. B. Butts in 1946. 

As an example of a usually busy day, here is the rest 
of the chancellor's schedule on the day of the freshman 
football game: 

Up at 6:45, Dr. Williams ate breakfast and read the 
paper before going to his office at 8:15. He checked 
the day's calendar, talked over the schedule with his sec- 
retary, and read and answered his mail. 

Conferences began at 10:00 with a discussion with 
Dean of Men R. M. Guess about student representation 
on the Men's Disciplinary Committee. After the discus- 
sion he opened bids for providing meat and canned veg- 
etables for the cafeteria. 

He then prepared a greeting to the speakers of Re- 
ligious Emphasis Week, met with Dr. G. A. Carbone, 
chairman of the Committee on Foreign Students, and 



discussed plans for hiring art professors with Deans P. K. 
McCarter and V. A. Coulter. 

The chancellor met Mrs. Williams for lunch and they 
ate with a group of foreign students on the campus. He 
returned to his office soon afrer lunch for a conference 
with Dean D. S. Pankratz of the School of Medicine. 

After seeing the first half of the freshman game, 
Chancellor Williams returned to another conference. Rep- 
resentatives of the Oxford Junior Chamber of Commerce 
and MGM studios met with him to discuss plans for film- 
ing William Faulkner's latest book, "Intruder in the Dust," 
in the Oxford-University area. 

The chancellor had dinner with members of Tau Kappa 
Alpha debating fraternity and their guests at the South- 
ern Regional tournament. He studied applications of three 
junior colleges for admission into the Junior College Com- 
mittee of the Commission on Higher Education of the 
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. 
The chancellor is chairman of the committee. 

He spent a half hour reading before going to bed. 

Dr. Williams is a native of Newport, Ky. He received 
his A.B. degree at the University of Kentucky in 1926 
and his M.S. from the same school in 1930. He was 
awarded his Doctor of Education degree at Columbia in 
1940. Before coming to Ole Miss he had been president 
of Marshall College in Huntington, W. Va. 

He is a member of ODK, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta 
Pi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Phi Omega, the Rotary club, 
Masons, and the Methodist church. 



A typical day with the Chancellor: the usual early morning conference with his secretary about ^he day's schedule, an 
on-the-job inspection of campus construction, office meetings by the dozens, and guests for dinner. 




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DR. ALFRED HUME 
Chancellor Emeritus 



DR. V. B. HARRISON 
Student Health Director 



W. C. TROTTER 
Financial Secretary 



CARROLL W. NORTH 
Comptroller 



FRED C FORD 
Director of Personnel 



DR. A. J. LAWRENCE 
Registrar 



ADMINISTRATION 



The 1949 Ole Miss defies anyone to find two people 
on the campus who can give the names of the top admin- 
istration officers of the University in the same order 
It is generally agreed that Chancellor Williams is top 
man. After that it is anybody's guess. After interview- 
ing four sources and receiving four different and widely 
varying opinions, we arrived at the following list of names. 

This list gives the names of 16 administrative officers 
and their titles. The officers are divided into five gen- 
eral groups. The list was provided by an official source, 
and if any reader wants to figure out who is the most 
important, he can do it for himself. We don't know. 

In the first group, besides the chancellor, is Dr. Alfred 
Hume, Chancellor Emeritus of the University, and Dr. 
Pete Kyle McCarter, Dean of the University. 

Another group includes Dean of Men, R. Malcolm 
Guess and Dean of Women, Estella G. Hefley. Third 



member of this group is Dr. V. B. Harrison, Director of 
the Student Health Service. 

The third group, which seems to be concerned with 
financial and clerical duties, includes Mr. W. C. Trotter, 
the Financial Secretary; Comptroller Carroll W. North; 
and Mr. Fred C. Ford, new Director of Personnel. 

Group four has the Registrar, Dr. A. J. Lawrence; 
Mr. J. Sykes Hartin, Director of Libraries; Mr. Marvin 
M. Black ; Director of Public Relations; and Alumni Sec- 
retary William S. Griffin. 

In the athletic division there are Mr. C. M. Smith, 
Director of Athletics; Business Manager Jeff K. Hamm, 
Jr.; and Head Coach John Vaught. 

On the following pages are large pictures and write- 
ups of the deans. It is doubtful if a logical reason for 
making their pictures larger than the others can be given, 
but we d ; d it. 



Dean of Women Estella G. Hefley 



Dean of Men R. Malcolm Guess 





J. SYKES HARTIN 
Director Libraries 



MARVIN M. BLACK 
Director of Public Relations 



WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN 
Alumni Secretary 



C. M. SMITH 
Director of Athletics 



JEFF K. HAMM, JR. 
Athletics Business Manager 



JOHN VAUGHT 
Head Coach 



IN MEMORIAM 



DEAN JAMES WARSAW BELL 

'Tradition' is a word which has been used so frequently and 
carelessly that it has lost its shape — its impact upon the ear . . . 
But Dean Bell was a Rebel tradition in the really spacious and 
hard-hitting meaning of the term. He came to Ole Miss as 
a student in 1894 and became a member of the Athletic 
Committee in 1908. Since then he has been woven into the 
Ole Miss athletic skein as firmly as headgears and catching 
masks. The imprint of one man's personality upon the person- 
alities of others is necessarily vague, but we believe that Dean 
Bell operated a tremendous influence upon the boys who wore 
Red and Blue across their shoulders. We believe this because 
the boys have told us so in person." 

—WALTER STEWART, The Commercial Appeal, April 13, 1948. 




Died April 9, 1948. First Dean of 
School of Commerce and Business Ad- 
ministration, 1917-1941. Dean Emeritus, 
School of Commerce, 1941-1948. Dean 
of School of Education, I9II-I9I5. Mem- 
ber of Faculty Athletic Committee 16 
years. Chairman ot Faculty Athletic 
Committee 1944-1945. Served with 
Italian Army from September, 1918, un- 
til January, 1919, receiving Italian Cross 
of War. 



Dean of the University Pete Kyle McCarter 




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DEAN 



VICTOR ALDINE COULTER of the Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts started out as a chemist. Until last year he 
was a chemistry instructor here, although he has been BA school 
dean since 1936. 

Dean Coulter first became interested in chemistry when, as 
an ambitious high school student, he began reading college 
chemistry texts his older brothers left around his home in 
Newton, North Carolina. He attended the University of North 
Carolina, receiving his bachelor's, master's, and doctor's de- 
grees there in 1913, 1914 and in 1916. He taught the course 
at North Carolina in 1916-17 and then accepted a job as a 
research chemist in Pittsburgh in 1917. He went into the army 
after a short while. 

When he was discharged in 1919, Dr. Coulter looked around 
for another job as a research chemist. Not finding any he liked, 
he accepted a teaching position here after studying a few 
months in Cambridge University in England. Except for time 
spent as a graduate student at Columbia in 1927, he has been 
teaching at the University ever since. As dean of the College 
of Liberal Arts, he looks forward to the opening of an art and 
a geography department here in 1949. 

His hobbies are woodworking and metalworking. An ardent 
hunting and fishing enthusiast he makes his own gun stocks and 
has constructed two boats himself since he came to Ole Miss. 
He also is an amateur photographer. 



I DEAN 



ROBERT JOSEPH FARLEY of the School 
of Law has been a high school principal, mayor of Oxford and 
a victim of Theodore G. Bilbo. 

He decided to become a law teacher when he, along with 
several other Ole Miss faculty members, was forced to resign 
in the days when "The Man" was trying to run Ole Miss. Dean 
Farley at the time was practicing law in Oxford and teaching 
at the University on the side. When Bilbo decided the dean 
didn't know how to teach, Dr. Farley decided to do nothing 
but that. 

A native of Hernando, he was graduated from Ole Miss with 
a BA degree in 1919. He was principal of Canton High school 
in 1919-20, and for two years following held the same position 
in Natchez. He was mayor of Oxford, 1923-25, during which 
time he received his LL.B. here in 1924. 

He had become interested in law by reading his father's law 
books when he was teaching in high schools. Admitted to the 
bar in 1924, he practiced from 1929-31. From 1926 until 1931 
he was city attorney for Oxford. At the same time he was an 
assistant professor of law here. 

Dr. Farley was Dean of Law at Tulane University from. 1942 
until 1945. He accepted the same position here in 1946. At 
present the school has 12 faculty members with an enrollment 
of about 250. 




DEAN 



LEE HARNIE JOHNSON, JR., of the 

School of Engineering, goes in for hard projects. In high 
school at Houston, Texas, he amused himself by solving 
complicated math problems and became interested in engi- 
neering. At Rice Institute he received his BA and MA de- 
grees in I 930 and 1931, but he didn't stop there. 

Having a natural liking for studying and schools, Dean 
Johnson followed up those two degrees with an MS from 
Harvard in 1932 and an ScD degree from there in 1935. 
He was made dean of the School of Engineering in 1938. 

Even his hobbies are more complicated than usual. Sum- 
mer afternoons he spends mostly behind the Graduate 
building, dividing his time between the tennis courts, where 
he is agile and able, and the University swimming pool 
where he practices fancy dives from the high board. During 
football season he is often perched on the press box wher- 
ever Ole Miss is playing, making play-by-play movies of the 
game. 

Engineering courses before 1909, when the school was 
opened, were offered in connection with physics, astronomy 
or mathematics. The school first opened with civil, electrical 
and sanitary engineering departments and a department of 
geology. Various courses now offered cover periods of four, 
five and six years of study. Since 1947, when the curriculum 
was reorganized, courses in construction and maintenance 
engineering have been stressed, in keeping with industrial 
expansion in Mississippi. 



DEAN 



FORREST W. MURPHY of the School 
of Education is possibly an example of a Hoosier school- 
master. A native of Muncie, Indiana, he received his BA in 
1917 at Transylvania College, now the University of Ken- 
tucky, and his MS in 1931 from the University of Illinois. 
He was a graduate student at Columbia in 1945. 

After college, he taught in high schools in Kentucky and 
Louisiana. He came to Greenville, Mississippi, High School 
in 1924 and was made superintendent of schools there in 
1933. He served in Greenville until 1946 when he was ap- 
pointed Dean of the School of Education. 

According to Dean Murphy, Mississippi needs about 1000 
teachers and most of them should come from the University. 
More finances in the education school and higher teacher 
pay in public schools will wipe out this shortage, he says. 
He points out that money trouble is not new with the School 
of Education. First organized in 1903, it was temporarily 
abandoned for four weeks in 1906 when the money ran out. 

The school now boasts of its health and physical educa- 
tion departments, and the audio-visual educational labora- 
tory which loans instructional films to schools throughout the 
state. 




DEAN 



DAVID SCHULTZ PANKRATZ of the 

School of Medicine believed he could do more good in the 
medical profession by teaching rather than by practice. He 
explains that the shortage of doctors is further hampered by 
the lack of medical teachers. 

He received his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1939 at the 
University of Chicago, but he worked for it the hard way. A 
native of Cordell, Oklahoma, he was graduated with a BA 
from the University of Oklahoma in 1923. From there he went 
to the University of Kansas, where he received his MA in 1927 
and a PhD in Anatomy in 1929. For ten years following he was 
assistant professor of anatomy at the University of Tennessee. 
After this he studied for his MD. 

Dr. Pankratz came to Ole Miss as assistant dean of the 
School of Medicine in 1945. The following year he was made 
dean. 

In the past year the medical school alone received a total 
of $30,000 for research grants, more than it has ever received 
in its history. Most of the medical staff are now engaged in 
active research. 

Under the oresent accelerated program, in which the stu- 
dent finishes the two-year course in one and one-half years, 
50 persons are graduated each year. The first graduating class, 
in 1905, when the school was two years old, numbered only six. 
Four-year medical instruction will be offered students in the 
state as soon as legislative appropriations are voted for con- 
struction of facilities. 



DEAN 



ELMER LIONEL HAMMOND has seen the 
enrollment of the School of Pharmacy jump from 60 students 
when he came here in 1928 to 300 at the present time. 

He received his pharmacy degree from the University of 
Michigan in 1921. As a high school student in Chicago he first 
became interested in the profession when he worked at a drug 
store after classes. He received his MS degree from the Uni- 
versity of Michigan in 1923. From 1921 until 1928 he taught 
pharmacy at West Virginia University. 

Dean Hammond was a graduate student at the University of 
Chicago in 1927-29, and during this time he was made dean 
of the Ole Miss pharmacy school. He received his PhD in 1941 
from the University of Wisconsin. 

He boasts that his school is one of the finest in the South, 
and he is especially fond of the chemistry and pharmacy build- 
ing, the entire third floor of which houses the school. It is a 
far cry, he recalls, from the three small laboratories which sup- 
plemented the lecture rooms when the school was first estab- 
lished in July. 1908. Fifteen students applied for admission 
then. There have been 537 graduates from the school since 
that day, and with an annual enrollment of 300, the total num- 
ber of graduates can possibly double in the next ten years. 




DEAN 



HORACE B. BROWN, JR., of the 

School of Commerce and Business Administration, grew up 
in a Holly Springs hardware store. He has been interested in 
business ever since he began work there when he was 10 
years old. 

A home-grown product, he received his BSC degree from 
Ole Miss in 1931. He became a Master in Business Admin- 
istration the following year at Northwestern University. Re- 
turning to Ole Miss, he was made dean of the commerce 
school in September, 1932. In 1941 he received his PhD at 
Northwestern. 

Although the business school was organized in 1917, next 
to the last to be added to the University, Dean Brown traces 
its origin back to the 1871-72 session, when bookkeeping 
was first taught here. 

When first opened, the school offered only a limited 
number of courses. Besides general courses in banking, trans- 
portation and merchandising, political science, economics, 
shorthand and typing were offered. Today six times as many 
courses are listed. The school is second in size only to the 
College of Liberal Arts. It is accredited by the American 
Association of Schools of Business, of which Dean Brown is 
secretary-treasurer. 



DEAN 



DUDLEY ROBERT HUTCHERSON 

doesn't know how he became interested in English, but the 
course has brought him from the hills of West Virginia to 
the position as dean of the Graduate School at Ole Miss. 

A native of Bluefield, West Virginia, Dr. Hutcherson was 
awarded a BA from Emory and Henry College in 1923. In 
1931 he received his master's degree from the University 
of Virginia. He taught in high schools from 1923 to 1934, 
and in 1935-36 he was an English instructor at Wesleyan 
College for Women. He received his PhD from the Univer- 
sity of Virginia in 1926 and came to Ole Miss the same year. 
Ten years later he was made dean of the Graduate School. 

Like most of the other deans, Dr. Hutcherson believes that 
the shortage of money is holding up a more rapid expan- 
sion of Ole Miss. According to him, the University needs 
more money to build classrooms and dormitories. 

Dean Hutcherson's hobbies vary from music, reading and 
the theater to tennis and football. He is a member of the 
Modern Language association, the Conferance of Deans of 
Southern Graduate Schools, and Phi Beta Kappa. 

The school he heads was established in 1927, although 
courses in graduate study had been offered as early as 
1870. Today the school confers the degrees of Master of 
Arts, Master of Science and Master of Business Administra- 
tion. 36 degrees were awarded in 1948, and 645 graduate 
degrees have been conferred since the school was opened. 
The present faculty consists of 83 members. 



THE OLE 



SS JOURNAL 



A review of the unimportant happenings of the year. 
SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER, 1948 

Registrar announces 3337 students go through registration mill — only three lost: two 
killed in rush and one dies of malnutrition after three days in the line . . . plans made 
for homecoming dance, pep rally, parade . . . for out-of-town football games, "Y" 
sets up PA system on back porch — just like Memphis, almost — Matchbox serves as 
effective Creel Room . . . Rush Week Rat Race starts . . . with new automatic 
electric bell system, Negro University employee who rang hand bell 12 time daily 
for 32 years remarks: "I won't have to climb them steps no mo' . . ." registrar an- 
nounces 4-1 sex ratio ... Phi Kappa Sigma returns to campus after 87 years . . . 
278 men, 156 girls pledge Greek outfits . . . Reb gridders wallop Florida, Kentucky 
. . . Climaxing Homecoming, they do same to Vandy . . . Tulane special takes off for 
NO, where Green Wave sinks Rebs . . . Reb boosters sink selves from inside at French 
Quarter . . . Senator John Farese attack Trumanites . . . loyal Democrat law students 
attack Farese with nasty remarks . . . George Worthen resigns as ASB prexy, Charles 
Dean takes over . . . from Ole Miss office comes announcement: no copy will be in- 
cluded in book merely to fill up space . . . landscaping is begun on lawn in front of 
Mayes Hall . . . trenches are dug on hill to new dorms when rumor reaches adminis- 
tration that students have mastere-d system of climbing same in rainy weather ... a 
human hand is found in the grill coffee . . . 

Continued on Page 41 






CHARLES DEAN 

ASB President 



Fli Abbott 
William Alexander 



James Abston 
Richard Allen 



James Alderman 
Edward Alley 



Paul Alexander 
Dewitt Allred 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: FLI ABBOTT, Lexington; Law I; Beta Theta Pi. • JAMES PAUL ABSTON, Crandall; Edu- 
cation; Sigma Pi. • JAMES ALDERMAN, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Pi. • PAUL GILBERT 
ALEXANDER, Jackson; Law II; Sigma Phi; Moot Court Board, Law Journal, Phi Alpha Delta. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM HARRISON ALEXANDER, Bay Springs; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RICHARD 
McNIEL ALLEN, Indianola; Law II; Kappa Alpha. • EDWARD ROSS ALLEY, Laurel; Law II. • 
DEWITT T, ALLRED, Collins; Law II; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JAMES K. AVENT, JR., Grenada; Med. II; Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Chi; President of Student 
Body, School of Medicine • JOHN H BAIRD, JR., Oxford; Law II; Kappa Sigma. C WILLIAM WIN 
STON BARNARD, Clarksdale; Med. II; Phi Chi. • JAMES ARDEN BARNETT, Jackson; Law III; P 
Kappa Alpha; President of Associated Student Body '47; Treasurer of A.S.B. '46; Hall of Fame '47 
Vice-president of Omicron Delta Kappa '48; President of Veterans Club '4&; I.F.C. '47. • ROBERT M 
BASS, JR., Moselle; Law II. • ORVILLE SMITH BEARD, Ripley; Engineering; ODK; Treasurer, Ch 
Epsilon; President of School of Engineering; President of Student Chapter of ASCE; ASB Executive 
Council. • THOMAS ALVIN BELL, Grenada; Law III; Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; Moot Court 
Board. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM JEFFERSON BELL, Vicksburg; Med. II; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi. • JOSEPH 
HENRY BENVENUTTI, Bay St. Louis; Law; Phi Kappa Psi; Newman Club. • WILLIAM GOLDEN BIG- 
GERS, Winona; Law. O JAMES RAY BILLINGSLEY, Biloxi; Law I; Sigma Chi; Scabbard and Blade. • 
WILLIAM L. BIRDSONG, Lula; Law I; Sigma Chi. • JACK WHITFIELD BISHOP, Jackson. Med. I; 
Kappa Alpha. • W. T. BLACKLIDGE, Ellisville; Commerce; M Club. 



James Avent, Jr. 
William Bell 



John Baird, Jr. 
Joseph Benvenutti 



William Barnard 


James Barnett 


Robert Bass, Jr. 


Orville Beard 


Thomas Bell 


William Biggers 


James Billingsley 


William Birdsong 


Jack Bishop 


W. T. Blacklidge 




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Frank Bowen 
William Brown 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: HULLON LINDON BLACKWELl, Taylorsville; Med. I. • HER- 
SCHEL J BLAKENEY, Hazlehurst; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ROBERT 
EUGENE BLEDSOE. Brooksville; Med. II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • ROBERT 
ALEXANDER BONDS, Holly Springs; Law III; Delta Kappa Epsilon; President. 
Phi Eta Sigma '47; Vice-president, ODK '47; Hall of Fame '46; Vice-president, 
Delta Sigma Pi '46; Vice-president, IFC '46. • THOMAS DeVANS BOURDEAUX, 
Meridian; Law II; Phi Delta Theta; ODK; Hall of Fame '47; Editor, the Missis- 
sippian, '47; Law Journal, ODK, Forum Committee '47. • JAMES 
HENRY BOUTWELL, Laurel; Grad.; Kappa Sigma; Inter-fraternity Council '46, 
Committee of 100 '45. • FRANK WESTON BOWEN, Walnut Grove; Med. I. 

• Second Row: WINSTON KERBY BOWLING, Memphis, Tenn.; Law II; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Inter-fraternity Dance Committee; Committee of 100; Varsity 
Tennis; Varsity Basketball '45; BSU; YMCA- International Relations Club. • REU- 
BEN WHITTLE BOYDSTUN, Louisville; Law II; Sigma Pi. • RALPH EDWARD 
BRADLEY, Aberdeen; Grad.; Phi Delta Theta; ASCE; Chi Epsilon. • BOYER M. 
BRADY, JR., Jackson; Med. II; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • CURTIS VAN BRE- 
LAND, McLain; Law III. • JAMES EDWIN BROWN. Starkville; Law III. • 
WILLIAM WALTER BROWN. Vardaman; Law I. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: THOMAS B. BRUMLEY, Mathiston; Law III. • ALBERT COLEMAN 
BRYAN, JR., Meridian; Med. I; Alpha Tau Omega. • LESLIE RAY BRYANT, 
Gulfport; Med. I; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi. • ROSCOE 
EUGENE BRYSON, New Albany; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • OSCAR W. 
BUCHANAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega; M Club. • DUD- 
LEY BUFORD, Holly Springs; Law III; Phi Delta Phi; Taylor Medal, Political 
Science '46; Comment Editor, Mississippi Law Journal; Business Manager, Mis- 
sissippi Law Journal; Omicron Delta Kappa; Claiborne Society. © PAUL M. 
BUSBY, Meridian; Law I. 



© Second Row: SHED HILL CAFFEY, JR., Columbus- Med. II; Phi Delta Theta; 
Phi Chi; Beta Beta Beta. © ALLEN FARRELL CALCOTE, New Orleans, La.; 
Grad. • WILLIAM LEO CARR, JR., Laurel; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • 
WILLIAM OSCAR CARTER, Lexington; Law I; Kappa Sigma; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Pi Kappa Delta. • FRED A. CARVER, Jackson; Law II; Kappa Sigma; 
Moot Court Board; Mississippi Law Journal. • HENRY KENT CHAMPION,' 
Cleveland; Commerce. • BILLY KLINGMAN CHAPMAN, Indianola; Law I; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Wesley Foundation; Committee of 100; YMCA; Veterans' Club. 



Thomas Brumley 


Albert Bryan, Jr. 


Leslie Bryant 


Roscoe Bryson 


Oscar Buchanan 


Dudley Buford 


Paul Busby 


Shed Caffey, Jr. 


Allen Calcote 


William Carr, Jr. 


William Carter 


Fred Carver 


Henry Champion 


Billy Chapman 






"SOGGY" SWEAT 

Law School President 



Norman Cheatham 
David Comfort 



John Clay 
Harry Corban 



Wilfred Cole, Jr. 
Christine Counce 



William Collier 
Shelby Counce 



ABOVE: 

« First Row: NORMAN E. CHEATHAM, Philadelphia; Law I. • JOHN O. CLAY, Pontotoc; Law II. • 
WILFRED OUALLS COLE, JR., Jackson; Med. II; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; President, Phi Chi; Canterbury 
Club. • WILLIAM R. COLLIER. Hattiesburg; Law II; Alpha Tau Omega. 

O Second Row: DAVID MITCHELL COMFORT, Durant; Med. I; Kappa Alpha. O HARRY LEE CORBAN, 
Fayette; Law III; Kappa Alpha. • CHRISTINE DANIEL COUNCE, Cherokee, Ala.; Graduate; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sigma Tau Delta. • SHELBY COUNCE, luka; Grad.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

BELOW: 

O First Row: DANNY SEMMES COVERT, Meridian; Law I; Kappa Sigma. • JOE S. COVINGTON, 
Meridian; Med. I; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT NEWTON CROCKETT, Bay Springs; Med. I; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon; Glee Club; Band; MOAKS. • HAROLD B. CUBLEY, Hattiesburg; Law I. © OVERTON AN- 
DERSON CURRIE, Hattiesburg; Law III; Phi Delta Theta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Pi, Presi- 
dent; Phi Delta Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Law Journal; Moot Court Board. • GEORGE 
C. CURRY, Hattiesburg; Law II. 9 ARTHUR BURTON CUSTY, Laurel; Law II. 

• Second Row: GEORGE WINSTON CUTRER, Magnolia; Law l : Kappa Alpha. • DANIEL WILLIAM 
DABBS, Hattiesburg; Law I. 9 BURK DABNEY, Hernando; Law I; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • LUCIUS BRYAN 
DABNEY, JR., Vicksburg; Law III; Phi DeTta Theta. • EDWARD JEROME DALY, Philadelphia; Med. II; 
Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • ROBERT SINCLAIR DANIEL, Brookhaven; Graduate; Kappa Sigma. • 
ELWYN DARDEN, New Albany; Law II; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. 



Danny Covert 


Joe Covington 


Robert Crockett 


Harold Cubley 


Overton Currie 


George Curry 


Arthur Custy 


George Cutrer 


Daniel Dabbs 


Burk Dabney 


Lucius Dabney, Jr. 


Edward Daly 


Robert Daniel 


Elwyn Darden 








Frances Darden 
William Dorsey 



Cleveland Davis 
Rosalind Dottery 



Kirby Day, Jr. 
Jackson Doty 



Robert Dean 
Wall Doxey, Jr. 



Ralph Dickerson 
Walter Dreaden, Jr. 



Don Dismukes 
Robert Duncan 



Paul Dixon 
Worth Dunn 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: FRANCES ESTES DARDEN, New Albany; Grad.; Delta Gamma; Pi 
Kappa Pi : Kappa Delta Pi. • CLEVELAND DAVIS, Itta Bena; Law II; Sigma 
Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta. • KIRBY SAMUEL DAY, JR., In- 
verness; Med. I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi; Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Biology Club; Beta Beta Beta. • ROBERT DURLEY DEAN, By- 
halia; Med. II; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi. • RALPH DICKERSON, Kenova, W. Va.; 
Law III. • DON ELMO DISMUKES, Duck Hill; Grad.; Kappa Sigma; Hermean 
Literary Society. • PAUL VERNON DIXON, Summit; Law I. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM BRENARD DORSEY, Natchez; Law I; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • ROSALIND DOTTERY, Okolona; Law II; Moot Court Board. O JACK- 
SON D. DOTY, Tupelo; Law ll : Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Alpha Delta; Beta Gam- 
ma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Moot Court Board; Assistant instructor in economics; 
Taylor Medal in economics; Committee of 100 At. • WALL DOXEY, JR., Holly 
Springs; Law II. • WALTER E. DREADEN, JR., Lambert; Law I. • ROBERT 
OLIVER DUNCAN, Columbus; Med. I; Alpha Tau Omega; Pi Kappa Pi; Alpha 
Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma. • WORTH I. DUNN, Winborn; Med. II. . 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JOHN MITCHELL DUNNAM, JR., Beaumont; Law I. • JOSEPH 
LAWRENCE DUNNE, Jackson, Tenn.; Law III. • WILLIAM BASIL EARNEST, 
Fulton; Law III. • JESSE W. EAVENSON, Marks; Law I; Sigma Chi. • WIL- 
LIAM SEAY ELAM, Greenville; Grad.; Y Cabinet. • ROBERT BYRON ELLIS, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; Delta Sigma Pi; Y Committee Chairman; Vice Chairman, 
Committee of 100. • GEORGE ERVIN ESTES. Gulfport; Law I. 



• Second Row: JOHN T. ETHERIDGE, Mendenhall; Grad.; Delta Psi; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi; Beta Sigma Pi. • JOSEPH RODERICK 
FANCHER, JR., Canton; Law I; Delta Psi; Delta Sigma Pi. • CHARLES FARRIS, 
Leland; Med.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Phi Chi. • SAM LEROY FAVRE, Kiln; Law. • 
JEANNE FERRELL, Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; Pi Lambda Theta; Canterbury Club. 

• ELLIS WINFORD FINCH, Booneville; Law II. • EARL HARVEY FITZPATRICK, 
Natchez; Committee of 100; Veterans Club; YMCA. 



ohn Dunnam, Jr. 


Joseph Dunne 


William Earnest 


Jesse Eavenson 


William Elam 


Robert Ellis 


George Estes 


John Etheridge 


Joseph Fancher, Jr. 


Charles Farris 


Sam Favre 


Jeanne Ferrell 


Ellis Finch 


Earl Fitzpatrick 






Theodore Ford, III 
John Fox, III 



Davis Fortenberry 
Kenneth Franks 



Jerry Fortenberry 
Fred Fulton 



Harmon Foster 
James Gaddy 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: THEODORE BULKLEY FORD, III, Columbia; Grad.; Kappa Alpha; President, Freshman Y 
Cabinet; Hoods Brigade; MOAKS; University Players; Omicron Delta Kappa. • DAVIS T. FORTEN- 
BERRY, Hattiesburg; Law III; Alpha Tau Omega. • JERRY A. FORTENBERRY, Columbia; Grad.; Kappa 
Sigma; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Psi Omega. • HARMON AULTMAN FOS- 
TER, Hattiesburg; Med. I. 

• Second Row: JOHN HENRY FOX, III, Oxford; Law I; Beta Theta Pi- Alpha Phi Omega; Scabbard 
and Blade; ASB Dance Committee; Rover Club. • KENNETH IRVIN FRANKS, Philadelphia; Law II; 
Delta Psi; Delta Sigma Pi. • FRED FULTON, Union; Grad.; Sigma Nu. • JAMES HURD GADDY, State 
Line; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: TYRUS COBB GIBBS, Fulton; Law II; Pi Kappa Alpha. • STEWART JONES GILCHRIST, 
Gilchrist, Ore.; Law I. • WILLIAM MEEK GILLESPIE, JR., Charleston; Med. I; Kappa Sigma; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta. • NORMAN BURKE GILLIS, McComb; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha; Tau 
Kappa Alpha; Inter-Fraternity Council; Vice-President, Y Cabinet. • JAMES OTIS GILMORE, Macon; 
Med. I. • ELIZABETH ANNE GIST, Helena, Ark.; Grad.; Beta Beta Beta; Biology Club; Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Physical Education Majors Club; Women's Athletic Association; YWCA; WSGA. • GENE- 
VIEVE CHICCO GLOVER, University; Grad.; Gamma Pi Delta; Pi Lambda. 

• Second Row: FLORIS SALLY GORE, Marks; Grad. • ERNEST WILLIAMS GRAVES, Laurel; Law III; 
Kappa Alpha; Chairman, General Practice Committee, Moot Court Board; Clerk, Phi Delta Phi; Com- 
mittee of 100; Columnist, the Mississippian; Treasurer, Wesley Foundation; International Relations Club. 

• HOWARD RAY GRAY, luka; Beta Theta Pi; Beta Beta Beta. • THOMAS KEENAN GREEN, Natchez; 
Law II; Phi Delta Theta. • ELLIS GRIFFITH, Prentiss; Law I. • WILLIAM GRIFFITH, Jackson; Med. 
II; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha Eta Delta. • LOWELL EDWARD GRISHAM, 
luka; Law I; Beta Theta Pi; Delta Sigma Pi. 





John Grower 


Joann Gunn 


Walter Gunn 


William Gunn, Jr. 


Joseph Guyton 


James Hailey 


David Halbrook 


Dwayne Hale 


William Hamm 


Earnest Hardin 


John Harrington 


Jeff Harris 


Robert Hayes 


Charles Henley 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOHN MARSHALL GROWER, Tupelo; Law I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 
Phi Alpha Delta; Secretary-treasurer, Freshman Law Class. • JOANN GUNN, 
Charleston; Grad.; Kappa Delta Pi; University Players; Lyceum Committee; Tay- 
lor Medal in Speech. • WALTER DILL GUNN. Charleston; Med. II; Phi Chi; 
Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM JENNINGS GUNN, JR., Meridian; Law ll : Kappa 
Alpha. • JOSEPH LUTHER GUYTON, Blue Mountain; Med. II; Phi Chi. • 
JAMES HENRY HAILEY, Tupelo; Med. II; Phi Kappa Psi. • DAVID HALBROOK, 
Belioni; Grad.; Delta Psi; Tau Kappa Alpha; Debate Club. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WALTER HODGES HENLEY, Rosedale; Med. I. • CHARLES H. 
HERRING, Meadville; Law III; Veterans Club; Reserve Officers Club. • JAMES 
DEVAUGHN HESTER, Stringer; Law II; Phi Kappa Psi. • THOMAS HENRY 
HESTER, Starkville; Med. I; Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Eta Delta; Phi Epsilon 
Sigma. • BENTON EARL HEWITT, Summit; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • 
WILL A. HICKMAN, Monticello; Law III; Kappa Sigma. • FRED DEAVOURS 
HILL, Laurel; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



• Second Row: DWAYNE LAMAR HALE, New Albany; Law I; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• WILLIAM J. HAMM, University; Law II; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma. • EARNEST LEE HARDIN, Macon; Grad.; 
Kappa Alpha. • JOHN F. HARRINGTON, Jackson, Tenn.; Law II; Phi Delta 
Theta; Phi Delta Phi; Law Journal. • JEFF WILLIAM HARRIS, Jackson; Med. I; 
Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT ANDREW HAYES, Tupelo; Med. II; Phi Chi; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • CHARLES BOYCE HENLEY, Hailehurst; Law II; Delta Psi; Phi 
Delta Phi; Law Journal; Inter-Fraternity Council. 



• Second Row: HENRY WARE HOBBS, Brookhaven; Law III; Sigma Alpha Epsi- 
lon; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board. • ROBERT J. HOBBY, Jackson; Law II; 
Phi Delta Phi; Mississippi Law Journal. • JESSE BOYCE HOLLEMAN, Wiggins; 
Law I; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Kappa Alpha. • JACK WELLINGTON HOL- 
LINGSWORTH, Bude; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. • ROBERT THOMAS HOL- 
LINGSWORTH, Pontotoc; Med. II; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Omicron Delta 
Kappa. • EDMUND WHITFIELD HOLMES, Oxford; Law I. • BILLY B. HOOVER, 
Olive Branch; Med. I. 



Walter Henley 


Charles Herring 


James Hester 


Thomas Hester 


Benton Hewitt 


Will Hickman 


Fred Hill 


Henry Hobbs 


Robert Hobby 


Jesse Holleman 


Jack Hollingsworth 


Robert Hollingsworth 


Edmund Holmes 


Billy Hoover 






HENRY WINTERS 

Graduate School President 



Charles Hosemann 
William Hunt 



Bob Houston 
Sidney Hurdle 



Horner Howie 
Joe Hurst 



Clyde Huqqins 
Robert Izard 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: CHARLES DELBERT HOSEMANN, Vicksburg; Law III; Sigma Nu; Phi Delta Phi; Mississippi 
Law Journal. • BOB HOUSTON, Neshoba; Law I. • HOMER LEE HOWIE, Jackson; Law III; Phi 
Delta Phi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Law Journal. • CLYDE GRIFFIN HUGGINS, Watertown, Tenn.; Grad.; 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Kappa Psi. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM BERNARD HUNT, Olive Branch; Med. II; Phi Chi; Kappa Sigma. • SIDNEY 
LAINEY HURDLE, Holly Springs; Law III. • JOE JACK HURST, Macon; Law I. • ROBERT MADISON 
IZARD, Pelahatchie; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM THAD JACOBS, Rogers Springs, Tenn.; Grad.; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma 
Pi. • HAROLD JAMES, Union; Grad.; Lambda Chi Alpha. • SAMUEL NESBIT JENNINGS, Kosciusko; 
Law II; Pi Kappa Alpha; ASB Dance Committee; Delta Sigma Pi. • JACK JULIAN JERNIGAN, Ox- 
ford; Grad. • BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, Vicksburg; Grad.; Zeta Tau Alpha; University Players; Psy- 
chology Club. • FORREST ALLEN JOHNSON, Sallis; Law II. • JOHN THEODORE JOHNSON, Carth- 
age; Grad. 

• Second Row: DORTHA ANN JONES, Indianola; Grad. • ERNEST M. JONES, Jackson; Law II. • 
FRANCIS EWING JONES, Holly Springs; Grad. • SAM B. T. JONES, Gulfport; Law II. • SIDNEY 
DINKINS JONES, JR., Jackson; Med. II; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • ALBERT WILLIAM JORDAN, JR., 
Huntington, W. Va.; Law III; Phi Alpha Delta; Sigma Pi. • JESSE BLAKE KELLUM, Tupelo; Med. II; 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



William Jacobs 


Harold James 


Samuel Jennings 


Jack Jernigan 


Barbara Johnson 


Forrest Johnson 


John Johnson 


Dortha Jones 


Ernest Jones 


Francis Jones 


Sam Jones 


Sidney Jones, Jr. 


Albert Jordan, Jr. 


Jesse Kellum 




I 




Marvin Kemp 
Lucy Lawson 



Albert Kirst 
Dewie Leach 



Mary Kittre 
Clayton Lehman 



Roy Kuyrkendall, Jr. 
Patricia Lensgraf 



George Lammons 
Nathan Levy, Jr. 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: MARVIN E. KEMP, Kilmichael : Grad.; Scabbard and Blade. • 
ALBERT SCHUYTEN KIRST, Jackson; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • MARY McDON 
ALD KITTRELL, Bay St. Louis; Grad.; Alpha Omicron Pi. • JAMES G. KRES 
TENSEN, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.; Grad. • ROY CLAYTIN KUYRKENDALL. JR. 
McComb; Law II. • GEORGE LOVELL LAMMONS, Lexington; Med. II; Ph 
Chi; Kappa Sigma. • EATON A. LANG, Pass Christian; Law I; Kappa Sigma 
President, Newman Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Inter-Fraternity Council; Committee of 
100- ASB Dance Committee. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: BYRON WILLIAM LONG, JR., Tupelo; Law III; Phi Delta Theta; 
Phi Delta Phi; Mississippi Law Journal. • WILLIAM O. LUCKETT, Canton; Law 
III; Delta Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi; Mississippi Law Journal; Committee 
of 100. • HENRY GILBERT LUTRICK, Florence; Grad. • LOUIS JAMES LYELL, 
Jackson; Law II; Delta Psi; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Mississippi Law Jour- 
nal; YMCA; Claiborne Society. • HOWARD BRYANT McCRORY, Forest; Law 
II; Kappa Sigma. • DAN MILAM McCULLEN, Jackson; Law III; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Treasurer, Law School Student Body. • WILLIAM LESTER McDONOUGH, 
Oxford; Law I. 



• Second Row: LUCY ANNE LAWSON, Amory; Grad.; Zeta Tau Alpha; Beta 
Beta Beta. • DEWIE BLANTON LEACH, McCool; Law I. • CLAYTON LEH- 
MAN, Gulfport; Law III. O WILLIAM VAUGHT LENOIR, McComb; Law II; 
Sigma Nu. • PATRICIA ANN LENSGRAF, Fairfeld, III.; Grad. • NATHAN 
LEVY, JR., Vicksburg; Law III; Phi Kappa Tau; Mississippi Law Journal; Hillel 
Foundation; Committee of 100. • WILLIAM FLOYD LEWIS, Forest; Engineering; 
American Society of Civil Engineers. 



• Second Row: JOSEPH POWER McKELL, Brookhaven; Med. I; Kappa Sigma. 

• DALE HARBOUR McKIBBEN, Water Valley; Law III; Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Delta Phi. • NORMAN ARNOLD McKINNON, Jackson; Med. I; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • JACK MILTON McLARTY, Oxford; Grad.; Phi Delta Theta; Commit- 
tee of 100. • MARTIN R. McLENDON, Petal; Law I; Phi Kappa Psi. • THOMAS 
EDWARD MAGEE, Brookhaven; Med. II; Phi Chi. • DAN FRANK MARAS, 
Biloxi: Law I. 



Byron Long, Jr. 


William Luckett 


Henry Lutrick 


Louis Lyell 


Howard McCrory 


Dan McCullen 


William McDonough 


Joseph McKell 


Dale McKibben 


Norman McKinnon 


Jack McLarty 


Martin McLendon 


Thomas Magee 


Dan Maras 






BILL WINTER 

Mississippi Law Journal Editor 



Margaret Marshall 
Byron Mayo 



Willis Matthews 
Willis Meadows, Jr. 



Maurice Maxwell 
Buchanan Meek 



Charles Mayfield 
Carl Megehee 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: MARGARET MARSHALL, Fairfield, III.; Grad. • WILLIS T. MATTHEWS, Magee; Law I. 

• MAURICE CLIFTON MAXWELL, Jackson, Grad.; Kappa Alpha; BBA with Distinction; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Pi Kappa Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Mississippi Law Journal. • CHARLES RUSSELL MAYFIELD, Bay Springs; 
Law II; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• Second Row: BYRON A. MAYO, Pontotoc; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa, President; Pi Kappa Pi. • 
WILLIS LEVI MEADOWS, JR., Ouitman; Grad.; President, Tau Kappa. • W. BUCHANAN MEEK, Eu- 
pora; Law II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Treasurer, ASB, '47-'48; Executive Dance Committee '47-'48; Delta Sigma 
Pi. • CARL A. MEGEHEE, Pascagoula; Law II; Phi Delta Theta; Eta Sigma Phi; Classical Club. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: GEORGE L. MILLER, West Point; Med. I; Beta Beta Beta; AED. • WILLIAM GORMAN 
MILLETTE, Greenville; Law I. 9 PAUL EDWARD MINK, Belmont; Med. I. • FRANK A. MINNICK, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Law'll; Delta Theta Phi. • FRANK DOUGLAS MONTAGUE, JR., Hattiesburg; Law I; 
Beta Theta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers; Intramural Council; Inter-Fraternity Council. • 
WILLIAM CROCKETT MOORE, Calhoun City; Med. II; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM THOMAS MORONEY, 
Tupelo; Law II; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

O Second Row: C. P. MORRIS, Philadelphia; Grad. • DANIEL WILKINSON MORSE, Jackson; Law I; 
Kappa Alpha. • GEORGE ERNEST MORSE. Gulfport; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • STANFORD EVERETT 
MORSE, Gulfport; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • CHARLES BRINKLEY MORTON, Senatobia; Law III; Phi 
Delta Theta; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Phi; Tau Kappa Alpha; International Relations Club; Clai- 
borne Society; Inter-Fraternity Council; ODK Forum Committee; Mississippian Staff '46. • RAY V. 
MOSELEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; Alpha Tau Omega; Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Class. • CARL 
DENVER MULLICAN, JR., Wesson; Grad.; Beta Theta Pi. 



George Miller 
C. P. Morris 



William Millette 
Daniel Morse 



Paul Mink 
George Morse 



, 









John Murray, Jr. 
Thomas Ott 



James Napier 
Robert Patterson 



William Neely 
George Pease 



Elizabeth Nelson 
Harold Perry 



Robert Nichols 
Carnal Petro 



William Nobles 
Logan Phillips 



Jase Norsworthy 
Charles Pierce 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOHN CLANTON MURRAY, JR., Brandon; Law II; Kappa Alpha; 
Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Chairman, ASB Dance Committee. • JAMES 
ALTON NAPIER, Seminary; Law I. • WILLIAM AUGUSTUS NEELY, Banks; Med. 
II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Hoods Brigade; 
Rifle Team. • ELIZABETH TURNAGE NELSON, Water Valley; Grad. • ROBERT 
LEE NICHOLS, Columbus; Grad.; Delta Sigma Pi. • WILLIAM LEWIS NOBLES, 
Meridian; Grad.; Pi Kappa Alpha; Kappa Psi; Pi Kappa Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Co-Chairman, Committee of 100. • JASE O. NORSWORTHY, Jackson; Law I; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Vice-President, Freshman Law Class. 

• Second Row: THOMAS D. OTT, Hattiesburg; Law II; Beta Theta Pi. • 



ROBERT DEWEY PATTERSON, Tupelo; Law 
Blade; Phi Alpha Delta. • GEORGE E. 
WINSTON PERRY, Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; 
• CAMAL P. PETRO, Leland; Med. I. • 
Law II; Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha Delta; 
FONTAINE PIERCE, Greenwood; Med. II; 



I; Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and 
PEASE, Oxford; Grad. • HAROLD 
Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Delta Kappa. 
LOGAN BURCH PHILLIPS, Jackson; 
Scabbard and Blade. • CHARLES 
Phi Chi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JAMES MILLARD PIERCE, Greenwood; Law II; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; Vice-Justice, Phi Alpha Delta; Treasurer, Law School; Moot Court Board; 
President, Freshman Law Class, '47; Vice-President, School of Law. • JOE N. 
PIGOTT, McComb; Law III; Sigma Nu; Delta Sigma Pi; Vice-President YMCA. • 
ALVIN LEWIS PRESSGROVE, Cascilla; Law III. • JAMES EMORY PRICE, JR., 
Corinth; Law II; Sigma Chi. • WOFFORD REYNOLDS PRICE, Ethel; Grad. • 
CHARLES WILLIAM PRUITT, Greenville; Law II. • GEORGE PORTER PURYEAR, 
Raymond; Med. II; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



• Second Row: LAVON RASCO, Morton; Grad. • BEN MUNGER RAWLS, 
Columbia; Law I; Sigma Chi. • H. M. RAY, Rienzi; Law III; Sigma Chi. • 
JOSEPH SHULER REID, JR., Natchez; Law III. • GEORGE A. RILEY, Calhoun 
City; Med. II; Phi Chi; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CURTIS DELGADILLO ROBERTS, 
New Albany; Med. I; Sigma Chi. • THOMAS N. ROBERTS, Biloxi; Law III; 
Sigma Chi. 



James Pierce 


Joe Pigott 


Alvin Pressgrove 


James Price, Jr. 


Wofford Price 


Charles Pruitt 


George Puryear 


Lavon Rasco 


Ben Rawls 


H. M. Ray 


Joseph Reid, Jr. 


George Riley 


Curtis Roberts 


Thomas Ro~berts 





III! 




"WILD BILL" DAVIS 

Education School Prexy 



Fred Robinson 
Guy Rowland 



Herbert Robinson 
Benjamin Rush 



Guy Rogers 
Hubert Rush, Jr. 



Lillian Rogers 
Glover Russell 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: FRED D. ROBINSON, Lawrence; Grad.; Independent Organization • HERBERT H. ROB- 
INSON, Waynesboro: Med. I. • GUY NORTHCROSS ROGERS, New Albany; Law I; Kappa Sigma. • 
LILLIAN ELIZABETH ROGERS, Decatur; Grad. 

• Second Row: GUY MANNING ROWLAND, Walnut; Law II; Delta Sigma Pi. • BENJAMIN M. 
RUSH, Vaughn; Med. II; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi. • HUBERT LOWRY RUSH, JR., Meridian; Med. II; 
Phi Chi; Kappa Alpha. • GLOVER ALCORN RUSSELL, Clarksdale; Law III; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Ole 
Miss Representative, U. N. Seminar '47; Committee of 100 '47-'48; Canterbury Club; Mississippian 46; 
YMCA 



BELOW: 

• First Row: BILL CHARLES RYBAK, Bethlehem, Penna.; Law III; Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board; 
Coach, Murder Bowl '48. © CHARLOTTE E. SALTER, Louisville; Grad.; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Lambda 
Theta, Secretary. • GISELA SAUERBERG, Berlin, Germany; Grad. • CLARENCE RAY SCALES, Jack- 
son; Law III. • LEO J. SCANLON, Jackson; Med. I; Sigma Chi. • SAMEUL CORNELIUS SCHIEK, 
Meridian; Grad.; Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega. • EDITH M. SCOTT, Forest; Grad. 

• Second Row: WILBERN BERNARD SEYMOUR, Tapoco, N. O; Grad. • GEORGE McDANIEL SHAN- 
NON, Greenville; Med. II; Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Epsilon Delta. • ROY DEXTER 
SHEFFIELD, Dorsey; Grad. • JOHN BAKER SHELBY, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; Beta Theta Pi; 
M Club. • ROGER BRYAN SHOWS, Meridian; Law I; Kappa Alpha. • GENE SIMMONS. Magnolia; 
Grad.; Kappa Delta. • MYRTLE SIMMONS, Utica; Grad. 



Bill Rybak 
Wilbern Seymour 



Charlotte Salter 
George Shannon 



Gisela Sauerberg 
Roy Sheffield 



Clarence Scales 
John Shelby, Jr. 



Edith Scott 
Myrtle Simmons 





William Sims, Jr. 
Francisco Soldevila 



Alvin Smith 
Donald Soper 



George Smith 
William Spight 



James Smith 
Edsel Stewart 



John Smith 
William A. Stewart 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

9 First Row: WILLIAM LUTHER SIMS, JR., Columbus: Law III; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • BARBARA ELIZABETH SMILEY, Fayette: Grad. • ALVIN LINFIELD 
SMITH, Gulfport; Law II. • BENNETT EDWIN SMITH, Weir; Law I; Omicron 
Delta Kappa. • GEORGE ROBERT SMITH, Pass Christian; Law I, • JAMES 
EDWIN SMITH, Carthage; Law III; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Delta Phi. • JOHN 
R. SMITH, Oxford; Grad. : Chi Epsilon; Taylor Medal. 

• Second Row: FRANCISCO SOLDEVILA, Panama City, Panama; Grad.; New- 
man Club; Rho Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. • BONNIE L. SO- 
PER, Decatur; Grad. • DONALD SOPER, Philadelphia; Law II. • LIONEL O. 
SPEED, Duffee; Grad • WILLIAM REYNOLDS SPIGHT, Baldwyn; Law II 
Sigma Pi; Inter-Fraternity Council. • EDSEL FORD STEWART, Osyka; Med. II 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Beta Beta Beta. • WILLIAM ANDREW STEWART, Laurel 
Law II. 

BELOW: 

© First Row: WILLIAM HAMPTON STEWART, Poplarville; Law II; Kappa Alpha. 

• BETSY DAVIS STONE, Atlanta, Ga.; Grad. • JOHN FRED STONE, Tupelo; 



Law I; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GEORGE MARTIN STREET, Oxford; Law III; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, Reserve Officers Association. O HAROLD GENE STRINGER, 
Louisville; Law Hi; Alpha Tau Omega; President, Senior Law Class; Past Secre- 
tary, Law School. • ROBERT MARSHALL SULLIVAN, Hattiesburg; Law I; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • CECIL LAMAR SUMNERS, Belmont; Law I. 



• Second Row: LESTER FURR SUMNERS, Oxford; Law I; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Kappa Psi; Band. • NOAH 
SPURGEON SWEAT, JR., Corinth; Law III; Sigma Chi; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Phi Alpha Delta; Delta Sigma Pi; Chairman, Inter-Fraternity Council '46; Chair- 
man, Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee '42; Moot Court Board; President, Sigma 
Chi '42, '46; Tennis Team '46; Cheerleader; Band '39; Orchestra '40; Chairman, 
Intramural Council '42; Vice-President, Freshman Class. • CHARLES LOUIS 
TANNER, Meridian; Med. II; Phi Chi. • WILLIAM TAYLOR, Laurel; Law I; 
President, Freshman Law Class. • RICHARD ROBERT TEMPLE, Lexington; Law 
I; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FLOYD M. THEISMAN, Grenada; Med. II; Phi Chi. • 
ROBERT LOWERY THOMPSON, Hattiesburg; Grad.; Sigma Chi. 



William H. Stewart 
Lester Sumners 



Betsy Stone 
Noah Sweat, Jr. 



John Stone 
Charles Tanner 



£iM.J 




George Street 
William Taylor 



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Harold Stringer 
Richard Temple 



Robert Sullivan 
Floyd Theisman 



Cecil Sumners 
Robert Thompson 





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$ 







"HOTSHOT" GARDNER 

President of the BSC School 



Patrick Tobin, Jr. 
Robert Touchstone 



Wilbur Todd 
Herbert Trammell 



William Toland 
Jack Tucker 



Henry Tolar 
Robert Turnage 



William Tolbert 
Luther Turner 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: PATRICK JOSEPH TOBIN, JR., Kansas City, Mo.; Law I. • WILBUR LEE TODD, Oxford; 
Law I; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM G. TOLAND, Mendenhall; Grad.; Kappa Alpha. • HENRY G. 
TOLAR, Moselle; Law I. • WILLIAM H. TOLBERT, Biloxi; Grad.; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: ROBERT N. TOUCHSTONE, Meridian; Grad.; Kappa Alpha. • HERBERT EUGENE 
TRAMMELL, Laurel; Grad.; Kappa Sigma. • JACK NORRIS TUCKER, Clarksdale; Law I; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • ROBERT TURNAGE, Prentis; Med. II; Kappa Alpha. • D. LUTHER TURNER, Richton; Med. 
II; Phi Kappa Psi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MARGIE F. TYLER, Tupelo; Grad.; Committee of 100; Pi Kappa Pi: Kappa Delta Pi; Pi 
Lambda. • CHARLES DAVID VAN WINKLE, Ocean Springs; Grad. • ELISE VARNER, Senatobia; 
Grad.; Delta Delta Delta; Co-Chairman, Committee of 100; Claiborne Society; Kappa Delta Pi. • 
CHARLTON RULE VINCENT, Belzoni; Med. II; Phi Chi; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • EMMETT CARLETON 
WAGGONER, Carthage; Grad. • JANE WALKER, Bay St. Louis; Chi Omega; Mortar Board. • JOEL 
PHILIPS WALKER, Horn Lake; Law II.. 

O Second Row: JOSEPH WAYNE WALKER, Mendenhall; Law II. • ROBERT ALLEN WALKER, Cold- 
water; Law I; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Psi. • SHELBY LEE WALLACE, New Albany; Grad.; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Beta Beta Beta; Biology Club. • WILLIAM L. WALLER, Oxford; Law II. • BARBARA 
WILLYE WALTERS, Hattiesburg; Med. I. • O. B. WALTON, JR., Jackson; Law III; Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Delta Phi; Head Cheerleader '46; Scabbard and Blade; President of ASB '47; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Hall of Fame. • GEORGE ALFRED WARD, Columbus, Law I; Theta Chi. 



Margie Tyler 
Joseph Walker 



Charles Van Winkle 
Robert Walker 



Elise Varner 
Shelby Wallace 



Charlton Vincent 
William Waller 



Emmett Waggoner 
Barbara Walters 



Jane Walker 
O. B. Walton, Jr. 



Joel Walker 
George Ward 





Leland Waters 
Jeffie Wells 



Homer Watkins 
John Weston 



Horace Watkins 
David Whitaker, Jr. 



Richard Watson 
Milton Whitten 



Taylor Webb 
James Williams 



Herman Webster 
Lester Williamson 



Calvin Wells 
Jean Wilson 



PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: LELAND ROUSE WATERS, Alachua, Fla.; Grad. • HOMER COYT 
WATKINS, Meridian; Law III; Sigma Pi. • HORACE M. WATKINS, Jackson; 
Law II; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Alpha Delta, Mississippi Law Journal. • RICHARD 
THOMAS WATSON, Woodville; Law I. • TAYLOR WEBB, Leland; Law I; Kappa 
Alpha. • HERMAN DEXTER WEBSTER, Oxford; Med. I; Phi Delta Theta. • 
CALVIN BERT WELLS. Eddiceton; Law III. 



• Second Row: JEFFIE KATE WELLS, Meridian; Med. I. O JOHN M. WESTON, 
Bay St. Louis; Sigma Nu; Inter-Fraternity Council '46-'47; Phi Delta Phi; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Moot Court Board. • DAVID JOHN WHITAKER, JR., Leland; Law 
III; Kappa Sigma; M Club; Hood's Brigade '42; Scabbard and Blade '43; Phi 
Alpha Delta. • MILTON CLAY WHITTEN, Hernando; Law I. • JAMES DAVID 
WILLIAMS, Lexington; Law II. • LESTER FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON, Meridian; 
Law III; Kappa Alpha; M Club. • JEAN S. WILSON, Richton; Law III. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM FORREST WINTER, Grenada; Law III; Phi Delta Theta; 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Hall of Fame; Editor, the Mississippian; Editor, Missis- 
sippi Law Journal; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Delta Phi. • HENRY W. WINTERS, JR.. 
Memphis, Tenn.; Grad.; President, Graduate School; Executive Council. • JACK 



M. WITCHEN, Pascagoula 
WIYGUL, Shannon; Med. II 
WOMACK, Belzoni; Law III 
ville; Law III; Phi Delta Phi 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 



Grad.; Beta Beta Beta. • FRANK MITCHELL 

Phi Chi; Sigma Nu; Beta Beta Beta. • DAVID W. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. • HENRY CLAY WOOD, Louis- 

JOSEPH OTTIS WOOD, McComb; Med. II; 



• Second Row: EVELYN WRIGHT, Greenfield, Tenn.; Grad. • GLENN G. 
YOUNG, Hattiesburg; Law I. • RALPH DALE YOUNG, Brookhaven; Law II; 
Phi Kappa Psi. • STANFORD YOUNG, Waynesboro- Law I. • FRANCIS 
THOMAS ZACHARY, Hattiesburg; Law III; Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; Vice- 
President, Law School; Justice, Phi Alpha Delta. • JIMMY BOYD ZACHARY, 
Houlka; Grad.; Pi Kappa Pi; Eta Sigma Phi; Beta Beta Beta. • CHARLES ZIM- 
MERMAN, Rome: Grad. 



William Winter 


Henry Winters, Jr. 


Jack Witchen 


Frank Wiygul 


David Womack 


Henry Wood 


Joseph Wood 


Evelyn Wright 


Glenn Young 


Ralph Young 


Stanford Young 


Francis Zachary 


Jimmy Zachary 


Charles Zimmerman 








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University Players put on Tennessee Williams' "Glass Menagerie" — turn green and 
attack inartistic students who laugh at wrong times . . . cryptic two-column head 
appears in Mississippi: " 'Y' Membership Drive Ends; Total Remains Underminded" 
. . . Sigma Chi's announce Lois Teague their "Harvest Girl" . . . Salmon leads Rebs 
to 32-13 win over Boston College . . . Prediction is made: That if all the coeds were 
laid end to end, nobody would be surprised . . . 1949 Ole Miss holds annual "Parade 
of Favorites — 25 girls are picked by their sorority sisters and other unprejudiced stu- 
dents . . . fooled by unusual Fall weather, two magnolia blooms appear on bush out- 
side journalism building — disappear just as mysteriously when biology teacher explains 
they can't do it . . . plans made for Sadie Hawkins Day . . . excitement on campus: 
A supersonic oscillator and a constant humidity incubator are added to Department 
of Pathology and Bacteriology equipment . . . Oswalt is high-score man in Reb en- 
counter with LSU by reason of seven successful extra point trys . . . Barney Poole is 
named "All-American" by United Press . . . Mississippian viciously attacks "Burp!" 
fiends with scathing editorial . . . State Building Commission makes $29,000 emer- 
gency appropriation to fix approaches to new men's dorms . . . work expected to be 
finished by I960, if it don't rain . . . announcement is made: that good, poor, and 
reluctant students are using library — they are warned to stop ... a zither is found 
in the grill coffee . . . 

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dean Dubois 

Editor of the Mississippian 



Mack Adams 


Marlon Addison 


Curtis Alexander 


Robert Alexander 


Betty Alford 


Ernest Allen 


Marshall Allen, Jr. 


Sam Alman 



ABOVS: 

• First Row: MACK ALFRED ADAMS, Miami, Fla.; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi; 
Scabbard and Blade. • MARION ELDRIDGE ADDISON, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
CURTIS B. ALEXANDER, Montrose; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ROBERT L. ALEXANDER, Mont- 
rose; Commerce. 

• Second Row; BETTY BLAIR ALFORD, Hazlehurst; Education; Kappa Delta; Secretary-Treasurer, 
YWCA; Committee of 100. • ERNEST OTHO ALLEN, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • MAR- 
SHALL B. ALLEN, JR., Long Beach; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Biology Club; Beta Beta Beta; Wesley 
Foundation. • SAM ALMAN, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: GLORIA SPELL ANDERSON, Benton; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; YWCA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. • HICKS ELLIS ANDERSON, Port Gibson; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega; Delta Sigma 
Pi. • HINTON ANDREWS, Magnolia; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • VICTOR H. APPLEWHITE, Bassfield; 
Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta. • VIRGINIA ANN AUSTIN, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Delta Zeta; 
YWCA; W.A.A.; Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation. • CLAIRE ANN AYCOCK, Rayville, La.; 
Education; Phi Mu; President, YWCA; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; BSU Council. • ROY G. AYLES, 
Oxford; Commerce. 

• Stcond Row: THOMAS E. BAILEY, JR., Wynne, Ark.; Education. • JOHN R. BAKER, Natchez; Com- 
merce; Alpha Tau Omega. • JEFF EDWARD BALFOUR, Lamar; Commerce. • FALCOLN L. BARIA, 
Itta Bena; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association. • CHARLES ROY BARNER, 
Ruleville; Engineering; Sigma Chi; American Society of Civil Engineers. • WILLIAM GEORGE BARNER, 
III, Greenville; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Scabbard and Blade; Band. • JEWETT B. BARNETT, Houlka; 
Engineering. 



Gloria Anderson 
Thomas Bailey, Jr. 



Hicks Anderson 
John Baker 



Hinton Andrews 
Jeff Balfour 



Victor Applewhite 
Falcoln Baria 



Virginia Austin 
Charles Earner 



Claire Aycock 
William Barner, III 



Roy Ayles 
Jewett Barnett 




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Jack Barrett 


Montie Barringer 


Paul Barton 


Fredna Batson 


Emery Battle 


William Beanland 


Lewis Beasley 


Lydy Becker 


George Beckett 


Doris Benjamin 


Rebecca Benoist 


Joyce Benson 


Anne Berdon 


Homer Best 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JACK CLINT BARRETT, Aberdeen; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; Phi 
Eta Sigma; American Society of Civil Engineers; Inter-Fraternity Council. • 
MONTIE BARRINGER, Marks; Liberal Arts; Mortar Board; WSGA '47; Secretary, 
WSGA '48; Committee of 100; YWCA Cabinet. • PAUL JAMES BARTON, Lucien; 
Engineering; Vice-President, ASCE; Treasurer, Engineering School. • FREDNA 
ELIZABETH BATSON, Wiggins- Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Future Teachers of 
America. • EMERY ALFORD BATTLE, McComb; Pharmacy APHA. • WILLIAM 
GARNER BEANLAND, Oxford; Delta Psi- Band; Track '46; Committee of 100 '47; 
Cardinal Club '47. • LEWIS CALDWELL BEASLEY, Sherman; Commerce; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Beta Gamma Sigma. 

• Second Row: LYDY BETH BECKER, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta; Secretary, WSGA; Secretary, ASB; Cwens; Pix; WAA; Executive Council; 
Committee of 100; Vice-President, University Players; Secretary, Megaphone Club; 
Co. A Sponsor, ROTC- Mortar Board; Pan-Hellenic Council; President, Ward 
Hall. • GEORGE STANLEY BECKETT, Meridian- Education; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
DORIS BENJAMIN, Thaxton; Education. • REBECCA ANDREE BENOIST, Nat- 
chez; Kappa Kappa Gamma; WAA; YWCA. • JOYCE MARIE BENSON, Webb; 
Liberal Arts. • ANNE MARGARET BERDON, Natchez; Commerce; Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma; WAA; YWCA; Pix. • HOMER BEST, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha. 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: CHARLES S. BIDGOOD, Meridian; Engineering; Kappa Alpha; M 
Club; Chi Epsilon. • EVELYN BILLINGSLEA Camden; Education; FTA. • PAT 
GLORIA BILLINGSLEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Delta. • EDWARD 
S. BIRCHETT, Yazoo City; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Business Manager, Ole 
Miss; Phi Eta Sigma. • JOE KENT BISHOP, Moss Point; Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha; Secretary, Campus Credit Union. • JAMES ALLAN BLACKWELL, Mc- 
Comb; Education; M Club. • ELIZABETH ANN BLANCHARD, Gunnison; Phi 
Mu; Lambda Sigma; Mississippian Staff; Press Photographers Club; ROTC Spon- 
sor. 



• Second Row: ORION DEE BLANTON, Memphis, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • L. A. 
BOATWRIGHT, Holly Springs; Pharmacy; APHA. • ALLEN BODRON. Vicks- 
burg; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; ASCE. • JERRY NEAL BOONE. Corinth; 
Liberal Arts. • JAMES OTHELL BOUNDS, Philadelphia; Commerce. • THOMAS 
EARL BOUNDS, Shubuta- Pharmacy. • WILLIAM EDWIN BOUNDS, Shubuta; 



Charles Bidgood 


Evelyn Billingslea 


Pat Billingsley 


Edward Birchett 


Joe Bishop 


James Blackwell 


Elizabeth Blanchard 


Orion Blanton 


L. A. Boatwright 


Allen Bodron 


Jerry Boone 


James Bounds 


Thomas Bounds 


William Bounds 




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ELTON MclNTOSH 
Pharmacy School President 



Jacqueleene Bowen 
Reuben Boyett 



William Bowie 
S. E. Boykin 



Kenneth Bowles 
Joe Branum, Jr. 



Edgar Bowman 
James Breedlove 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JACQUELEENE BOWEN, Jackson; Engineering; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Sigma 
Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers; Y Cabinet; BSU Council; University Players; Committee 
of 100. • WILLIAM RALPH BOWIE, Durant; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • KENNETH BOWLES, Alma, 
Ga.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • EDGAR E. BOWMAN, Barnesville, Ga.; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi; 
Secretary, Inter-Fraternity Council; Vice-President, Campus Credit Union; YMCA; Veterans Club. 

• Second Row: REUBEN BOYETT, Greenville; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Varsity Tennis Team. • 
S. E. BOYKIN, Catchings; Commerce; Sigma Chi; ASB Dance Committee; YMCA; Flying Rebels. • 
JOE E. BRANUM, JR., Greenwood; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JAMES CONNER BREEDLOVE, Cof- 
feeville; Commerce. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: HUGH GREGORY BRELAND, Hattiesburg; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM HERMAN 
BREWER, Richton; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • LLOYD MILLER BRIDGERS, Jackson; Commerce; Kap- 
pa Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi; Cardinal Club; Scabbard and Blade; Delta Sigma Pi. • BER- 
NARD B. BROKAW, Charleston; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Band. • EMMETT CHARLES 
BROWN, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Engineering; Chi Epsilon; ASCE. • JASPER BARNES BROWN, JR., Carroll- 
ton; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; President, Campus Credit Union. • WESLEY DEWEY BRUCE, JR., 
Oxford; Commerce. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM M. BRYSON, Clarksdale; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • THOMAS KELLY 
BUCKLEY, Newhebron; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi. • BEN RICHARD BURNEY, Crystal Springs; Commerce. 

• DAVID L. BURNS, Water Valley; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi; University Players. • JOE BERNARD BURSI, 
Oakville, Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM WADE CAGLE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; University Players. • JAMES HOLT CADE, Lexington; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. 



Hugh Breland 


William Brewer 


Lloyd Bridgers 


Bernard Brokaw 


Emmett Brown 


Jasper Brown, Jr. 


Wesley Bruce, J 


William Bryson 


Thomas Buckley 


Ben Burney 


David Burns 


Joe Bursi 


William Cagle 


James Cade 





James Caldwell 
Thomas Carries 



James Califf 
Alma Carr 



Henry Campbell 
Robert Carter 



Roger Campbell 
Napoleon Cassibry, Jr. 



James Caples 
Clarence Castle 



Duane Capps 
Jamie Castle 



Beth Carley 
Mary Cates 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES L. CALDWELL, Como; Education; JAMES I. CALIFF, Dub- 
lin; Liberal Arts; Lambda Sigma; University Players; Phi Eta Sigma; The Mis- 
sissippian. • HENRY ASHCRAFT CAMPBELL, Mocksville, N. C; Commerce; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity Council; Delta Sigma Pi. • ROGER LEE 
CAMPBELL, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES ALLEN CAPLES, 
Vardaman; Education. • H. DUANE CAPPS, Sharon, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • BETH 
CARLEY, Richton; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; Home Economics Club; YWCA. 

• Second Row: THOMAS D. CARNES, Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
ALMA JEANNE CARR, Louisville; Commerce; University Chorus; Wesley Foun- 
dation; Women's Glee Club. • ROBERT LYNN CARTER, Sardis; Commerce. • 
NAPOLEON LePOINT CASSIBRY, JR., Cleveland; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. 

• CLARENCE EDWARD CASTLE, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Independents; M 
Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Intramural Council; Vice-President, 
Independent Organization. • JAMIE COOK CASTLE, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. 

• MARY ELIZABETH CATES, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; Mortar Board; 
Home Economics Club; Chairman, Foreign Scholarship Fund. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: THOMAS HARRINGTON CAVE, Greensburg, Pa.; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon; University Players; Anchor and Chain. • JACK E. CHAMB- 
LISS, Cisco, Tex.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Sigma. • THOMAS ALFRED CHAND- 
LER, Philadelphia; Commerce; Delta Psi; Inter-Fraternity Council ; Inter-Fraternity 
Dance Committee. • NANCY LOUISE CHENAULT, Houston; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma; Treasurer, Mortar Board; President, Delta Gamma; Committee of 100; 
Pan-Hellenic Council; Pix; FTA. • JAMES WHITTEN CHILDERS, Ashland; Com- 
merce; BSU. • ROBERT D. CHILDRESS, Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; 
Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Phi Omega; Ole Miss Staff; BSU; Committee of 100; 
Men's Glee Club; Band; Band Council. • DAVID HUGH CHISHOLM, Philadel- 
phia; Liberal Arts; Men's Glee Club; Veterans Club; Classics Club. 

• Second Row: ROBERT D. CHURCH, Grenada; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• DAN CLARK, DeKalb; Pharmacy. • SARA ELIZABETH CLELAND, Sardis; 
Commerce. • JAMES A. CLEMMONS, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • CHESTER D. 
COCHRAN, Olive Branch; Commerce; Delta Psi; IMC. • W. E. COKE, JR., 
Aberdeen; Commerce. • EDWIN RAYMOND COKER, Sanatorium; Education. 



Thomas Cave 


Jack Chambliss 


Thomas Chandler 


Nancy Chenault 


James Childers 


Robert Childress 


David Chisholm 


Robert Church 


Dan Clark 


Sara Cleland 


James Clemmons 


Chester Cochran 


W. E. Coke, Jr. 


Edwin Coker 






ED BIRCHETT 

Business Manager, the 1 949 Ole Miss 



Emily Colbert 
Billy Collum 



Byars Cole, Jr. 
William Condon, Jr. 



James Coleman 
Edward Cook, Jr. 



James Collard 
Jesse Cook 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: EMILY OWEN COLBERT, Okolona; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta; Home Economics 
Club; YWCA; WAA. • BYARS COLE, JR., West Point; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JAMES HARRIS 
COLEMAN, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Football '44-'47; Golf Team '48-'49. • JAMES COL- 
LARD, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Lambda Sigma; Advertising Manager, the Mlssissippian. 

• Second Row: BILLY TOMMY COLLUM, Golden; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM JAMES CONDON, JR., 
Leland; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tennis Team; Intramural Council. • EDWARD LIONEL COOK, JR., Inver- 
ness; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Inter-Fraternity Council; Ole Miss Y. • JESSE LEE COOK, 
Paris; Education. 



BELOW: 

O First Row: JEAN COOLEY, Lambert; Liberal Arts; YWCA; Home Economics Club. • J. D. COOPER, 
Durant; Commerce. • WILLIAM ALBERT COOPER, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • JAMES 
RAY COPELAND, Laurel; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Business Manager, Mississip- 
pian. • JEANETTE ANNE CORBET, North Little Rock, Ark.; Liberal Arts; YWCA; Home Economics 
Club. • JOHN K. S. CORNELL, Ft. Mitchell, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • ROBERT J. COVING- 
TON, Louisville; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: JOHN RICHARD COUNTISS, III, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; Dramatic Club; 
YMCA. • ANCIL LIDDELL COX, JR., Shaw; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. © BENJAMIN L. CRAW- 
FORD, Tylertown; Liberal Arts. • EMMETT NORRIS CREEKMORE, DeKalb; Liberal Arts. • JAVIER 
MANUEL CRESPO, LaCeiba, Honduras; Commerce. • BILL CRISLER, Bay Springs; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Alpha Sigma Delta. • ALICE MELVILLE CRITZ, Greenwood; Education; Chi Omega; Pix. 



Jean Cooley 




J. D. Cooper 


William Cooper 


James Copeland 


Jeanette Corbet 


John Cornell 


Robert Covington 


John Countiss, 


III 


Ancil Cox, Jr. 


Benjamin Crawford 


Emmett Creekmore 


Javier Crespo 


Bill Crisler 


Alice Critz 





Charmian Crum 
Billy Davis 



John Cunningham 
Julie Davis 



Jane Daigre 
William Davis 



Roland Dale 
Charles Dean 



John Dame 
Gordon DeLashmet 



Gloria Dandrldge 
Cecil Dickerson 



Worth Daniel 
Charlotte Dickinson 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: CHARMIAN JUNE CRUM, Oak Park, III.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Delta; YWCA; Home Economics Club; Women's Glee Club. • JOHN R. CUN- 
NINGHAM, Booneville; Liberal Arts- Phi Delta Theta. • JANE DAIGRE Gre- 
nada; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; WAA- Committee ot 100. • ROLAND HALL 
DALE, Magee; Education; Kappa Sigma; M Club. • JOHN DAVID DAME, 
Tillatoba; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • GLORIA LOWREY 
DANDRIDGE, Senatobia; Education; Chi Omega; Feature Editor, Mississippian; 
Future Teachers of America- Committee of 100; Publicity Chairman, REW; WAA; 
YWCA. • WORTH DANIEL, Tutwiler; Pharmacy. 



• Second Row: BILLY H. DAVIS, Houston; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JULIE 
PEYTON DAVIS, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Sponsor, Co. B, ROTC 
'At- Mississippian Society Editor; Committee of 100; Canterbury Club; Y Cab- 
inet. • WILLIAM M. DAVIS, Itta Bena; Education; Sigma Chi; Scabbard and 
Blade; President, School of Education. • CHARLES WILLIAM DEAN, Shaw; 
Engineering- Kappa Sigma; American Society of Civil Engineers; Committee of 
100- President, ASB. • GORDON BARTLETT DeLASHMET, Moss Point; Liberal 
Art's; Sigma Chi. • CECIL ROBERT DICKERSON, Indianola; Education; Sigma 
Nu; M Club; Scabbard and Blade. • CHARLOTTE SOMERVILLE DICKINSON, 
Brownsville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; University Players; Alpha Psi Omega. 



Alex Dickson 


Elizabeth Dorsey 


Charlotte Downs 


William Dozier 


Martha Draper 




Betty Drury 


Dean DuBois 


Ann Duke 


John Dulaney 


Frederick Dunn 


Willie Eaker 


Martha Earhart 


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Paul Edgar 


George Edmonston 




BELOW: 

• First Row: ALEX D. DICKSON, Greenwood; Commerce- Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
ELIZABETH JANET DORSEY, New Albany; Education; Phi Mu. • CHARLOTTE 
MOORE DOWNS, Booneville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • WILLIAM P. DOZ- 
IER, Fulton; Liberal Arts. • MARTHA SUE DRAPER, Pocahontas; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu; Megaphone Club '45; Classical Club- WAA; Committee of 100; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Cwens; Kappa Delta Pi. • BETTY JOYCE DRURY, Brookhaven; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha; WAA; Beta Beta Beta. • DEAN CARLTON DU- 
BOIS, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; Editor, Mississippian, '48; Managing 
Editor '47; Executive Council; President, Freshman Y '46; President, University 
Press Club; Lambda Sigma; Anchor and Chain; Wesley Foundation; Committee 
of 100; Committee on Student Feeding; IFC Dance Committee. 



• Second Row: ANN HAUGHEY DUKE, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta; 
Future Teachers of America; YWCA. • JOHN WILLIAM DULANEY Tunica- 
Liberal Arts- Delta Psi; Eta Sigma Pi. • FREDERICK AVENT DUNN, Jackson- 
Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Band. • WILLIE CARROLL EAKER, New Albany; 
Education; Future Teachers of America. • MARTHA JANE EARHART, Louis- 
ville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; Lambda Sigma; Ole Miss Staff. • PAUL 
FRANCIS EDGAR, Carthage- Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. 

• GEORGE WILLIAM EDMONSTON, Dresden, Tenn. ; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi. 




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LAREY EVANS 
President of the WSGA 



Elwood Edwards 
Joe Ellis 



Miriam Edwards 
William Ellis 



Lawrence Elder 
Edward Emerson, Jr. 



Carolyn Elkin 
Larey Evans 



ABOVE: 

O First Row: ELWOOD L. EDWARDS, Banner; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • MIRIAM JEANNETTE ED- 
WARDS, Banner; Liberal Arts. • LAWRENCE M. ELDER, Coldwater; Commerce; Delta Psi. • CARO- 
LYN SISSELL ELKIN, Water Valley; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; Sigma Alpha lota. 

e Second Row: JOE ELLIS, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM MAYO ELLIS, Columbus; Educa- 
tion; Phi Delta Theta. • EDWARD H. EMERSON, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; ACS. • LAREY 
EVANS, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; WSGA; President, YWCA. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: LOUIS CONRAD FIELDS, JR., Escatawpa; Engineering. • WILSON LEONADIS FLINN, 
Love; Education; Wesley Foundation; Band. • BILLY FRANCIS FLOWERS, Winona; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; President, Men's Glee Club; Y Cabinet. • BARBARA ELIZABETH FLY, Water Valley; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; Pix; Beta Beta Beta; Biology Club. • JOHN C. FLYNN, Syracuse, N. Y.; Com- 
merce; Sigma Chi. • PATRICIA FORD, Hattiesburg; Delta Delta Delta; Annual Staff; Mississippian 
Staff; FTA; YWCA. • RALPH DOYLE FORD, Cotton Plant; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta. 

• Second Row: EARL FORD FORTENBERRY, Columbia; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical 
Association. • ANN BAINE FORTSON, Gloster; Commerce; Delta Zeta; YWCA; Home Economics 
Club. • JAMES THEO FORTSON, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • CECIL COLE FOX, Canton; 
Commerce; Delta Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Phi Omega. • RAYMOND H. FRASER, Aberdeen; Com- 
merce. • JOHN THOMAS FRAZIER, Crawford; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta. • PAUL ANDREW FRA- 
SIER, Philadelphia; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association. 



Louis Fields, Jr. 


Wilson Flinn 


Billy Flowers 


Barbara Fly 


John Flynn 


Patricia Ford 


Ralph Ford 


Earl Fortenberry 


Ann Fortson 


James Fortson 


Cecil Fox 


Raymond Fraser 


John Frazier 


Paul Frasier 





Alfred Frick 


Charles Friedman 


Wren Frith 


Bruno Furini, Jr. 


Frances Furr 


Raymond Furr 


Sam Gardner 


William Gardner 


B. H. Garner 


Fred Garraway 


Marvin Garrett 


Glenn Gartelman 



Juan Garcia 
Joseph Gary 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: ALFRED O. FRICK, Meridian; Commerce. • CHARLES O. FRIED- 
MAN, Jonestown; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi; Committee of 100; Intramural 
Council; Inter-Fraternity Council; ASB Dance Committee; Freshman Student Ad- 
viser. • WREN McKINNON FRITH, Lyman; Commerce. • BRUNO FURINI, 
JR., Lyon; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Eta Sigma. • FRANCES KNOX 
FURR, Pontotoc; Engineering; American Society of Civil Engineers; Cardinal 
Club '43; Honor Roll '46. • RAYMOND T. FURR, Courtland; Pharmacy. • JUAN 
ROCAFORT GARCIA, Hatillo, Puerto Rico; Law. 

• Second Row: SAM PARKER GARDNER, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta; Naval ROTC; Rifle Team; Anchor and Chain; Scabbard and Blade. • 
WILLIAM ROBERT GARDNER, Tupelo; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Delta 
Sigma Pi; President, School of Commerce; Cardinal Club '46-'47. • B. H. GAR- 
NER, Tunica; Education; Delta Psi; Band '45-'46-'47; Registration Committee '46; 
Future Teachers of America; YMCA '45; Intramural Council '46; Rover Club. • 
FRED WEST GARRAWAY, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Intramural Coun- 
cil; President, Intramural Council '48. • MARVIN LYNN GARRETT, Chapel Hill, 
Tenn.; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • GLENN ALLEN 
GARTELMAN, Oxford; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOSEPH WEBSTER 
GARY, Byram; Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: EDWIN DOUGLASS GEISLER, Corinth; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi; 
Canterbury Club; Delta Sigma Pi; Flying Rebels. • JAMES RODERICK GIL- 
BERT, JR., Mobile, Ala.; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Newman Club. • W. BURRUS 
GILL, Marks; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • JOE IVY 
GILLESPIE, Lambert; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • FRANK OTHO GIVENS, Sena- 
tobia; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • PATRICIA MAY GORE. Lake Providence, 
La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. O MARTHA FERGUSON GOSS, Oxford; Lib- 
eral Arts; Beta Beta Beta. 



• Second Row: EDWIN HORATIO GOULD, Okolona; Commerce; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN C. GRAMMER, JR., Friars Point; Commerce. • BEN 
THOMAS GREGORY, Okolona; Liberal Arts; ASB Dance Committee. • ANNA 
LOU GRIFFITH, Mantee; Alpha Lambda Delta; Claiborne Society; Kappa Delta 
Pi. • GLORIA SMITH GRIFFITH, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • VAN REED 
GRISHAM, Aberdeen; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • DALE 
GUENTHER, Jackson; Commerce. 



Edwin Geisler 
Edwin Gould 



James Gilbert, Jr. 
John Grammer, Jr 






FARLEY SALMON 

M Club Representative on Executive Council 



William Haddock 
James Hall 



Walter Hager 
Joiner Halton 



Kendall Hale 
Wary Hamill 



George Hall, III 
Dee Hamilton 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: WILLIAM HARVEY HADDOCK, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi; Future Teachers 
of America; Debate Club. • WALTER RICHARD HAGER, Meadville, Pa.; Engineering; Sigma Nu. • 
KENDALL HALE, Fulton; Commerce. • GEORGE BENNETT HALL, III, Mt. Olive; Liberal Arts; Alpha 
Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: JAMES HEARD HALL, Farmerville, La.; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi. • JOINER MACK 
HALTON, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Phi Omega; Intermural Council '46; YMCA. 

• MARY FAY HAMILL, Sturgis; Liberal Arts; YWCA; Kappa Delta Pi. • E. DEE HAMILTON, Jackson; 
Education; Kappa Alpha; Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee '46-'47-'48; YMCA '47; Football '46; Inter- 
national Relations Club; Veterans Club. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: STUART DOUGLAS HAMLEY, Lake Providence, La.; Education; M Club. • JERRY ASKEW 
HANCOCK, Laurel; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • MARJORIE MILAM HANCOCK, North Car- 
rollton; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; Future Teachers of America. • JIMMIE A. HAND, West; Commerce. • 
PENNY HARDAWAY, Marianna, Ark.; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • EMMAGENE HARDY, Colum- 
bus; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; Classical Club; Home Economics Club; WAA; Cheerleader '47. • 
GEORGE RICHARD HARMON,' Oxford; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha; Editor 1949 Ole Miss; Lambda 
Sigma; Press Photographers Club. 

• Second Row: CHARLES ROY HARRIS, Greenwood; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta; YMCA; Veterans 
Club; Inter-Fraternity Council. • HOWARD RUSSELL HARRIS, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • I. ED 
HARRIS, Enterprise; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • ELMO O. HARRISON, Coffeeville; Commerce; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • PATSY HAYNES, Ellisville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council. • 
JANIS F. HAYS, Evanston, III.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Home Economics Club; Women's 
Athletic Association; YWCA. • ELIZABETH HEAD, Trumann, Ark.; Education; Delta Gamma; Future 
Teachers of America. 



Stuart Hamley 


Jerry Hancock 


Marjorie Hancock 


Jimmie Hand 


Penny Hardaway 


Emmagene Hardy 


George Harmon 


Charles Harris 


Howard Harris 


Ed Harris 


Elmo Harrison 


Patsy Haynes 


Janis Hays 


Elizabeth Head 





Charles Heberer 
Clyde Higqason 



Vassar Hemphill, Jr. 
Howard Hilton 



Walter Hemphill 
William Holloman 



Helen Henry 
Mary Holmes 



Carol Hicks 
Harold Hooper 



Granville Hicks 
Milton Hooper 



THE SENIOR CLASS 






ABOVE: 

• First Row: CHARLES LEE HEBERER, Canton; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
VASSAR DEWEY HEMPHILL, JR., Greenwood; Engineering; Sigma Chi; Amer- 
ican Society of Civil Engineers- Annual Staff '46. • WALTER G. HEMPHILL, 
Jackson; Education. • HELEN ELIZABETH HENRY, Vicksburg; Delta Delta Delta; 
Cheerleader '47-'48; YWCA; WAA; Annual Staff; Favorite; University Players. • 
CARL J. HERRIN, Durant; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Inter- 
Fraternity Council. • CAROL FRANCES HICKS, Pass Christian; Liberal Arts; 
Newman Club; Home Economics Club; YWCA. • GRANVILLE CARLIS HICKS, 
Vardaman; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. 

• Second Row: CLYDE R. HIGGASON, Oxford; Commerce. • HOWARD 
GREEN HILTON, Utica; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM B. HOLLOMAN, Ruleville; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; President, Press Photographers Club; YMCA; Lambda 
Sigma; Mississippian Staff. • MARY ANN HOLMES, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; 
Chi Omega; Canterbury Club; University Players; YWCA; Committee of 100; 
ASB Dance Committee; President of Ricks. • BARNARD SHIPP HOLT, Duncan; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • HAROLD MONROE HOOPER, Kosciusko; Com- 
merce. • MILTON S. HOOPER, Kosciusko; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Accounting Club. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: LLOYD GERALD HOPKINS, Walnut; Pharmacy; Independents. • 
THOMAS JOE HOPPER, Rienzi; Commerce. • EDWIN MICHAEL HORNER, 
Morristown, Tenn.; Education; Scabbard and Blade; Manager, Athletics; Track 
'47; Basketball '43. • JAMES WILSON HORTON, Cleveland; Liberal Arts; Sig- 
ma Alpha Epsilon. • BERTON GLENN HOWE, Oxford; Commerce; Accounting 
Club. • EARL O. HOWELL, Talladega, Ala.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega; 
M Club. • HUNTINGTON HOWELL, Batesville; Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: ERNEST S. HOUGH, Indianola; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma- Kappa 
Psi. • JOHN PAUL HUDSON, Scobey; Liberal Arts. • GRADY RAY HUFF, 
Pulaski; Education. • WILL ZACK HUGGINS, Quitman; p; Kappa Alpha; 
YMCA; University Players. • THOMAS E. HULL, Taylorsville; Pharmacy. • 
JOSEPH EDWARD HUTTON, Oxford; Engineering. © MAURICE N. INMAN, 
Calhoun City; Commerce. 



Lloyd Hopkins 


Thomas Hopper 


Edwin Horner 


James Horton 


Berton Howe 


Earl Howell 


Huntington Howell 


Ernest Hough 


John Hudson 


Grady Huff 


Will Huggins 


Thomas Hull 


Joseph Hutton 


Maurice Inman 






LIB PILKINTON 
ASB Treasurer 



William Ivy 
Bobbye Jacobs 



Brett Jackson, Jr. 
Albert Jaeger 



James Jackson 
Hubert James 



Louis Jackson, Jr. 
Marijo James 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: WILLIAM HENRY IVY, Macon; Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Chi Epsilon. • BRETT 
JACKSON, JR., Pontotoc: Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi; Drum Major '44-'48; YMCA; University Players. • 
JAMES W. JACKSON, Corinth; Education. • LOUIS FOSTER JACKSON, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Com- 
merce; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: BOBBYE JACOBS, Stuttgart, Ark.; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • ALBERT JOSEPH 
JAEGER, Columbus; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • HUBERT AUSTIN JAMES, Canton; Commerce. • 
MARIJO JAMES, Decatur; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; YWCA; WAA. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: VIRGIL FARRIS JAMES, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • PATTIE RUTH 
JENKINS, Midland, Ga.; Education; Chi Omega. • ROLAND HAIRSTON JENKINS, Waynesboro; Lib- 
eral Arts; Sigma Pi. • MURIEL SALOME JOHN, Meridian; Liberal Arts. • BILLIE DOVE JOHNSON, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta; Pix; YWCA; WAA; Wesley Foundation. © IMOGENE JOHNSON, 
Sebastopol; Education. • WILTON JEROME JOHNSON, JR., Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. 

© Second Row: JOHN COLON JOHNSON, Tiplersville; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega; American 
Pharmaceutical Association. • EDWARD JOHN JOHNSTON, Shannon; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH EU- 
GENE JOHNSTON, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu; Westminster Fellowship. • HERMAN MITCHELL 
JOHNSTON, Itta Bena; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • RUFUS T. JONES, Taylor; Commerce; Phi Kappa 
F-ri. • CHARLIE B. JORDAN, Oxford; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JOYCE S. JUSTICE, Pascagoula; 
Liberal Arts. 



Virgil James, Jr. 


Pattie Jenkins 


Roland Jenkins 


Muriel John 


Billie Johnson 


Imogene Johnson 


Wilton Johnson, J 


John Johnson 


Edward Johnston 


Joseph Johnston 


Herman Johnston 


Rufus Jones 


Charlie Jordan 


Joyce Justice 





Robert Kell 
James King 



William Kellum 
Richard King 



Herman Kelly 
Virginia King 



Robert Kelly 
Charles Kirkpatrick 



Maurice Kemp 
Eleanor Knee 



Gregory Kergosien 
Al Knott, Jr. 



George Kimbrough 
John Laird 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: ROBERT THOMAS KELL, Pascagoula; Commerce; Alpha Tau 
Omega; M Club. • WILLIAM LEE KELLUM, Itta Bena; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • HERMAN BERNARD KELLY, Oxford; Education. • ROBERT F. 
KELLY, Waukegan, III.; Liberal Arts; Newman Club. • MAURICE CALDWELL 
KEMP, Winona; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • GREGORY GAINES KERGOSIEN, 
Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Newman Club; Committee of 100. • 
GEORGE THOMAS KIMBROUGH, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Second Row: JAMES BILLY KING, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Delta Sigma 
Pi; Mississippians. • RICHARD HARVEY KING, Greenville; Engineering; Kappa 
Kappa Psi; American Society of Civil Engineers; University Band. • VIRGINIA 
KEMP KING, Booneville; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Future Teachers of Amer- 
ica; Home Economics Club. • CHARLES R. KIRKPATRICK, Saltillo; Commerce. 
ELEANOR HENSON KNEE, Ripley, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Cwens; President, Freshman Y; Committee of 100; Westminster 
Fellowship; Pix; Pan-Hellenic Council; Mortar Board; Sophomore Honor Girl; 
Cancer Society; Glee Club; University Players; Mississippian Staff; WAA; 
WSGA Council. • AL KNOTT, JR., Pittsburgh, Penna.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon; Men's Glee Club. • JOHN ROBERT LAIRD, Union; Liberal Arts- Sigma 
Nu. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JANE LAMAR, Lambert; Education; Phi Mu. • CLIFTON LAMB, 
Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • DAVID FLAVOUS LAMBERT, JR., Bel- 
mont; Liberal Arts. • CAROLYN FAE LANE, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • LAMAR 
W. LANE, Jackson; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi; American Pharmaceutical Association. 

• GARNETT LANNING, JR., Corinth; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JAMES SID- 
NEY LATTURE, Oxford; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. 



• Second Row: G. ELLETT LAWRENCE, Fayetteville, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi; Mississippian Staff. • PEGGY ASTE LAUGHTER, Walls; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha; Mississippian Staff; Women's Glee Club; University Chorus; YWCA. 

• STEVE CHARLES LEIST, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • CLYDE WIL- 
LIAM LESLEY, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • ED S. LEWIS, Jackson; Com- 
merce; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES FOSTER LEWIS, McComb; Pharmacy; Wesley 
Foundation; American Pharmaceutical Association. • JEAN MARIE LEWIS, 
Laurel; Education; Delta Delta Delta; Women's Athletic Association; Future 
Teachers of America. 



Jane Lamar 


Clifton Lamb 


David Lambert, Jr. 


Carolyn Lane 


Lamar Lane 


Garnett Lanning, Jr. 


James Latture 


Ellett Lawrence 


Peggy Laughter 


Steve Leist 


Clyde Lesley 


Ed Lewis 


James Lewis 


Jean Lewis 






GEORGE HARMON 

Editor, the 1949 Ole Miss 



Aline Liles 
Joseph Long 



John Lindley 
Jean Lott 



Thomas Loftin 
David Low 



Howard Long 
Sam Lowry, Jr. 



ABOVE: 

O First Row: ALINE MAIFRED LILES, Bruce; Liberal Arts : Delta Gamma; Sigma Alpha lota. • JOHN 
ELLIS LINDLEY, Macon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • THOMAS GRAY LOFTIN, Albemarle, N. O; 
Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; President, American Pharmaceutical Association. • HOWARD D. LONG, Tupelo; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH LONG, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • JEAN ELISE LOTT, Bude; 
Kappa Delta; Committee of 100; Faculty Student Committee '48-49; Mortar Board; YWCA; University 
Players; WAA; Home Economics Club; Treasurer, Pix; Wesley Foundation; WSGA; President, Pan- 
Hellenic Council. • DAVID D. LOW, Sardis; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • SAM 
CARTER LOWRY, JR., Holly Springs; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM THOMSON LOWRY, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH HUGH 
LUCKETT, JR., Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • MITCHELL M. LUNDY, Philadelphia; Liberal 
Arts. • RAY CHARLES LYLE, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • GENE DANIEL LYNE, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARGARET McALEXANDER, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Uni- 
versity Players; Alpha Psi Omega. • MILLARD R. McCALLUM, Mize; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; 
Westminster Fellowship; University Players. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM CALVIN McCAUGHEN, JR., Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM LEE 
McCORD, Houlka; Liberal Arts; Lambda Sigma. • JUANITA A. McCORMICK, Oxford; Education; 
Kappa Delta; Baptist Student Union; Glee Club; University Chorus. • FLOYD ADREN McCOY, JR., 
Crosby; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • JOSEPH WARREN McDANIEL, Bude; Pharmacy; Independents; 
American Pharmaceutical Association. • JIMMY McDOWELL, Brookhaven; Education; Sports Editor, 
The Mississippian. • FANNIE McFALL, Sumner; Education; Chi Omega; WAA; YWCA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 



William Lowry 




Joseph Luckett, Jr. 


Mitchell Lundy 


Ray Lyle 


Gene Lyne 


Margaret McAlexander 


Millard McCallum 


William McCaughen, 


Jr. 


William McCord 


Juanita McCormick 


Floyd McCoy, Jr. 


Joseph McDaniel 


Jimmy McDowell 


Fannie McFall 









Earl McFarland 
Peggy Mclnnis 



Dora McGee 
Elton Mcintosh 



James McGinnis 
Patty McKay 



Joyce McGlaun 
Robert McLaurin, Jr. 



Herbert McGuftee 
Newton McLean 



John McHugh 
Walter McLellan 



Hugh Mclnnis, Jr. 
John McLemore, Jr. 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

O First Row: EARL WESLEY McFARLAND, New Orleans, La.; Commerce; Sigma 
Pi; Accounting Club. • DORA DEANE McGEE, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • 
JAMES EARL McGINNIS. Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • JOYCE Mc- 
GLAUN, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; YWCA; Committee of 100. • 
HERBERT BUFORD McGUFFEE, Utica; Commerce. • JOHN ROBERT McHUGH, 
Oxford; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; Theta Xi. • HUGH JOSEPH MclNNIS, JR., 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



• Second Row: PEGGY KNOTT MclNNIS, Collins; Commerce; Phi Mu. • 
ELTON LORRAINE MclNTOSH, Hernando; Pharmacy: Delta Kappa Epsilon; 
President, School of Pharmacy. • PATTY JEAN McKAY, Louisville; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • ROBERT SYLVESTER McLAURIN, JR., Brandon; Com- 
merce; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. • NEWTON McLEAN, Bassfield; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Nu. 9 WALTER V. McLELLAN, Canton; Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • JOHN BRIGGS McLEMORE, JR., Blanche, Tenn.; Commerce; Alpha 
Tau Omega; Delta Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MARION BARNES McLEMORE, Macon; Liberal Arts. • HARRY 
L. McLEOD, Leakesville; Engineering. • MAXIE McMULLIN, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Education. • ULMER LAMAR McNEILL, Macon; Commerce; Scabbard and 
Blade. • WILLIAM THOMAS McNUTT, Stuttgart, Ark.; Engineering; Chi Ep- 
silon; American Society of Civil Engineers. • WILLIAM AUGUSTUS McPHEE- 
TERS, Cleveland; Pharmacy; Phi Delta Theta. • RUDOLPH McREE, Eupora; En- 
gineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers; YMCA. 

• Second Row: LULA McWHORTER, Oxford; Commerce. • LAUCH M. MA- 
GRUDER, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Flying Rebels; 
Cardinal Club '4&-'47; University Players '4&-'47; Cheerleader; ASB Dance Com- 
mittee. • BEN FRANKLIN MANN, Holly Springs; Education; Alpha Tau Omega; 
Physical Education Majors Club. • WARREN DAVID MANN, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Pharmacy. «RALPH HEATH MARBLE, Leland; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Delta 
Sigma Pi; Scabbard and Blade; Ole Miss Staff '48. • DELLIE A. MARDIS, JR., 
Fayette; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • EARL H. MARSHALL, Oxford; Phar- 
macy. 



Marion McLemore 


Harry McLeod 


Maxie McMullin 


Ulmer McNeill 


William McNutt 


William McPheeters 


Rudolph McRee 


Lula McWhorter 


Lauch Magruder 


Ben Mann 


Warren Mann 


Ralph Marble 


Dellie Mardis, Jr. 


Earl Marshall 









JAMES WHITE 

President of the Engineering School 



Mary Martin 
Guy Mattingly, Jr. 



Miriam Martin 
Turley Meek 



Martha Mathis 
Albert Meena 



Jesse Matthews 
Leonard Melvin, Jr. 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: MARY FRANCES MARTIN. Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma; Cheerleader '46-'47; 
Cwens; Committee of 100. • MIRIAM EARLE MARTIN, Carthage; Liberal Arts; Beta Sigma Omega; 
Alpha Eta Delta. • MARTHA JEANNE MATHIS, Lonoke, Ark.; Commerce; Annual Staff; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. • JESSE PRINT MATTHEWS, Jackson; Commerce. 

• Second Row: GUY LELAND MATTINGLY, JR., Greenville; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • TUR- 
LEY HARMON MEEK, Tyro; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ALBERT LLOYD MEENA, Clarksdale; Lib- 
eral Arts. • LEONARD BROWN MELVIN, JR., Laurel; Commerce; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tau Kappa Alpha. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: CATHERINE BEATRICE MERCIER, Corinth; Education; Delta Gamma; Future Teachers of 
America; Home Economics Club. • MILLICENT ELIZABETH MERRITT, Meridian; Education; Phi Mu; 
Future Teachers of America; Classical Club. • ROBERT L. MILES, Bruce; Commerce. • BARBARA 
ELIZABETH MILLER, Homestead, Fla.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha; Pan-Hellenic Council, Treasurer; 
YWCA; WAA. • DAVID MILLER, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Gamma 
Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; International Relations Club. • MALCOLM LOUIS MILLER, Sunset, La.; 
Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association. • ROBERT S. MILLER, Jackson; Com- 
merce; Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: ROBERT ANDREW MITCHELL, Walnut Grove; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu; Glee Club. • 
ROSIE MITCHELL, Meridian; Liberal Arts. © OLLO JOSEPH MOLLERE, Waveland; Liberal Arts; Kap- 
pa Sigma; Newman Club. • MARY NAN MONAGHAN, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • 
CLARENCE H. MONTGOMERY, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. • CLEON S. MOORE, Batesvllle; Engineering; 
American Society of Civil Engineers. • CLIFTON EUGENE MOORE, Holly Springs; Education; Vet- 
erans Club. 



Catherine Mercier 


Millicent Merritt 


Robert Miles 


Barbara Miller 


David Miller 


Malcolm Miller 


Robert Miller 


Robert Mitchell 


Rosie Mitchell 


Olio Mollere 


Mary Monaghan 


Clarence Montgomery 


Cleon Moore 


Clifton Moore 





Hugh Moore 
Everett Mullen, Jr. 



Mavis Moore 
Robert Mullett 



William Moore 
Genevieve Mullican 



Frances Morris 
Charles Murphy 



Joe Morris 
James MusKelly 



Newman Morris 
John Napier 



William Mulkins 
Willola Nason 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: HUGH HARMON MOORE, Bay St. Louis- Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha. • MAVIS STOCKSTILL MOORE, Holly Springs; Education. • WILLIAM 
SEBASTIAN MOORE, Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Chi; Cardinal Club; ASB 
Dance Committee. • FRANCES MARIE MORRIS, Ripley, Tenn.; Education; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; WAA; YWCA; Future Teachers of America; Physical 
Education Majors Club. • JOE HENRY MORRIS, Jackson; Liberal Arts- Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa. • NEWMAN WILLIAM MORRIS, San- 
ford; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • WILLIAM D. MUL- 
KINS, Greenville; Education; Delta Kappa Epsilon- Physical Education Majors 
Club; YMCA. 

• Second Row: EVERETT JEFFERSON MULLEN, JR., Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • 
ROBERT HARRY MULLETT, Ouitman; Commerce; Sigma Nu; Intramural Coun- 
cil; Band; Delta Sigma Pi; Inter-Fraternity Council- Committee of 100 '47. • 
GENEVIEVE HARRISON MULLICAN, Wesson; Pharmacy; Zeta Tau Alpha; Amer- 
ican Pharmaceutical Association; Newman Club; Biology Club. • CHARLES M. 
MURPHY, Belzoni; Kappa Alpha; Phi Delta Phi, President; President, Law School; 
Member, ASB Executive Council; Moot Court Board; Exchequer, Phi Delta Phi; 
Committee of 100. • JAMES K. MusKELLY, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Vice-President, Pi Kappa Alpha; President, Summer Y; Y Cabinet; 
Committee of 100; Lambda Sigma; Wesley Foundation. • JOHN HAWKINS 
NAPIER, Picayune; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi; Mississippian Staff; M Book Staff; 



President, Lambda Sigma; Captain, Scabbard and Blade; Men's Glee Club; 
Taylor Medal in History Pi Kappa Pi- Vice-President, Claiborne Society; Cap- 
tain, Pershing Rifles. • WILLOLA NASON, Belzoni; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: LAYDE NEILSON, Guntown; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha lota. • 
ERWIN EDWARD NELSON, JR., Kosciusko; Engineering; American Society of 
Civil Engineers. • JACK F. NICOLA, Vicksburg; Engineering. • JAMES F. 
NIXON, Tishomingo; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOY FORD NOBLES, 
Picayune- Pharmacy Committee of 100; University Chorus- American Pharma- 
ceutical Association. • ERNEST LEWIS NORSWORTHY, Petal; Commerce; In- 
dependent. • JOSEPH F. NUCKOLLS, Bolivar, Tenn.; Pharmacy, Rho Chi; Kappa 
Psi. 

• Second Row: ANTHONY BERNARD NUNEZ, Chalmette, La.; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Kappa Psi; Newman Club. • INEZ ODOM, Slate Springs; Pharmacy; Amer- 
ican Pharmaceutical Association, Secretary. • BOBBY J. OSWALT, Columbia; 
Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Delta Kappa; M Club. • JAMES MARSHALL 
OVERCAST, Hazel, Ky.; Pharmacy Phi Kappa Psi. • JOHN DEWEY OWINGS, 
JR., Nettleton; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM LEWIS PACE, Aberdeen; Pharmacy; 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Baptist Student Union. • JACK S. PAR- 
KER, Sumrall; Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Veterans Club. 



Joy Nobles 
John Owings, Jr. 



Ernest Norsworthy 
William Pace 



Joseph Nuckolls 
Jack Parker 





CAROLYN PREWITT 

ASB Secretary 




Robert Parkes 
Anne Patterson 



Jim Parkin 
Giles Patty 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: ROBERT BROWN PARKES, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Glee Club. • JIM EDWARD PARKIN. Jackson; Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha; Asst. Business Manager, 1949 
Ole Miss; American Pharmaceutical Association. • CHARLES E. PATCH, JR., Baldwyn; Education; 
Sigma Pi; Band. • ALMOND WHITFIELD PATRICK, Harperville; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical 
Association; YMCA. 

• Second Row: ANNE S. PATTERSON, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega; YWCA; WAA. • GILES W. 
PATTY. Meridian; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES NEWTON PAYNE, Saltillo; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma; Hermean Literary Society; Committee of 100. • CLYDE LOFTON PEARSON. West Point; 
Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; American Pharmaceutical Association. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: S. W. PEARSON, Louisville; Liberal Arts; Independents; Veterans Club. • WALTER 
GRANT PEARSON, Laurei; Pharmacy. © ROBERT JONES PEETS, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • 
JAMES CARY PEGUES, JR., Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • JOHN WESLEY PERKINS, Vicksburg; Liberal 
Arts. • ROBERT RIMES PERRY, Fort Myers. Fla.; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • RALPH ALLEN PHIL- 
LIPS, Grenada; Commerce. 

• Second Row: JAMES LAMAR PIERSON. Atlanta, Ga.; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • ELIZABETH ANNE 
PILKINTON, Artesia; Education; Delta Gamma; Vice-President. WAA; Treasurer, ASB; President, Pi 
Lambda Theta; University Chorus; Drum Majorette; Secretary, Flying Rebels; Favorite '47. • IRA S. 
PITTMAN, JR., Coffeeville; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Band; YMCA. • JOHN LEONARD PITTS, JR.. 
Pontotoc; Engineering; American Society of Civil Engineers. • CLAUDE WILLIAM POLAND, Lula; 
Commerce; Sigma Chi. • GEORGE WILLIAM POLHEMUS, Clinton; Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi 
Delta Kappa; Pi Kappa Pi. • MARVIN FRANKLIN POLK, Tupelo; Commerce. 



S. W. Pearson 
James Pierson 



Walter Pearson Robert Peets 

Elizabeth Pilkinton Ira Pittman, Jr. 



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James Pegues. Jr. 
John Pitts, Jr. 



John Perkins 
Claude Poland 



Robert Perry 
George Polhemus 



Ralph Phillips 
Marvin Franklin Polk 








James Pollard 


James Pope 


Julian Potter 


James Price 


Opal Price 


Edgar Prigmore 


Isaac Proctor 


Estus Puckett 


John Quinn 


Troy Rainey 


Cecil Ramer 


Granville Ramsay 


John Rawls, Jr. 


James Ray 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES EDWIN POLLARD, Greenville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• JAMES DUANE POPE, Grand Junction, Tenn.; Education; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• JULIAN FRANKLIN POTTER, Wayside; Liberal Arts. • JAMES WILLIAM 
PRICE, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi. • OPAL 
READ PRICE, Louin; Liberal Arts. • EDGAR RAYMOND PRIGMORE, Charles- 
ton; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • ISAAC HORACE PROCTOR, Walnut; Edu- 
cation; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



• Second Row: ESTUS LOUIE PUCKETT, Magee; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • 
JOHN WILLIAM QUINN, Greenwood; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • TROY LEE 
RAINEY. Corinth; Education. • CECIL P. RAMER, Corinth; Commerce; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi. • GRANVILLE S. RAMSAY, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN FRANKLIN RAWLS, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega; Committee of 100. • JAMES HUGH RAY, 
Rienzi; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: SAM MOORE RAY, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Missis- 
sippian. • ALMA JO RAYBURN, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. • JOHN ALBERT RAY- 
BURN, Pontotoc, Commerce. « MILDRED ADIRSTON REED, Silver City; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ROBERT CANADA REEDER, Coldwater; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta Beta Beta; Inter-Fraternity Council. • 
JACK MERRITT REESE, Tupelo; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; American 
Society of Civil Engineers; Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade. • HENRY LAU- 
RENCE REID, Greenville; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Mississippian Staff; 
Freshman Y; Committeee of 100; Intramural Council. 

• Second Row: ROBERT B. REICHARD, West Memphis, Ark.; Commerce; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • SALLY ANNE REILLY, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • ANN RHENEY, Jackson; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha; Glee Club; 
University Chorus. • LLOYD EUGENE RHIAN. JR., Hattiesburg; Commerce; 
Sigma Chi. • RHONWIN M. RHODES, Florence, Ala.; Commerce. • MARION 
J. RICE, Nashville, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • D. E. RICHARD, Little 
Rock, Ark.; Commerce. 



Sam Ray 


Alma Rayburn 


John Rayburn 


Mildred Reed 


Robert Reeder 


Jack Reese 


Henry Reid 


Robert Reichard 


Sally Reilly 


Ann Rheney 


Lloyd Rhian, Jr. 


Rhonwin Rhodes 


Marion Rice 


D. E. Richard 






ROBERT RUSSUM 

President of the Liberal Arts School 



William Richardson 
Raynor Robertson 



William Rigby 
Charles Robison 



Betty Rives 
Jane Robison 



Edward Roberts 
Henry Robinson 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: WILLIAM ALTON RICHARDSON, Philadelphia; Commerce. • WILLIAM FLOYD RIGBY. 
Pope; Commerce. • BETTY JOYCE RIVES, Rossville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Women's Ath- 
letic Association; YWCA; Wesley Foundation; University Players. • EDWARD BURKE ROBERTS, Dillon, 
S. C; Liberal Arts; Scabbard and Blade. 

e Second Row: RAYNOR E. ROBERTSON, Ellisville; Commerce. • CHARLES WRIGHT ROBISON, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu; Band; Glee Club. • JANE ROBISON, Batesville; Commerce. • 
HENRY VERNON ROBINSON, Lawrence; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: RICHARD ALLEN ROBINSON, Memphis. Tenn.; Commerce. • BILLY CHARLES ROGERS, 
Sylvarena; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • ALICIA MORROW ROLLINS, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta; Home Economics Club; Canterbury Club. • HENRY CALVIN ROSE, JR., Winona; Phar- 
macy; M Club. • WARREN REGINALD ROSE, Mobile, Ala.; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • THOMAS 
ALBERT ROSS, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi. • WILLIAM E. ROTHROCK, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Council. 

• Second Row: ROY C. RUSH, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • ERWIN E. RUSSELL, Booneville; Commerce; 
Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT E. RUSSUM, Flora; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Kappa Kappa Psi; Band 46- 
'48; University Players '46-'48; Cardinal Club '46; Committee of 100; Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee; 
Rebel Business Manager; Managing Editor, Ole Miss; Executive Council; President, School of Liberal 
Arts; Veterans Club '45; Band Council; Psychology Club. • OSCAR ARTHUR RUTSKY, Little Rock, 
Ark.; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • FARLEY RAYMOND SALMON, Clarksdale 
Commerce; Kappa Alpha; M Club; Executive Council. • CARY W. SALTER, JR., Macon; Pharmacy 
American Pharmaceutical Association; ROA. • JOHN A. SALTER, Macon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi 
Band '46-'48; Annual Staff; Psychology Club; Classics Club; Mississippian Staff; Canterbury Club. 



Richard Robinson 
Roy Rush 



Billy Rogers 



Alicia Rollins 
Robert Russum 



Thomas Ross 
Cary Salter, Jr. 



William Rothrock 
John Salter 








Jesse Sampson 


Benford Samuels 


Gerald Sanders 


Michael Scanlon 


Hugh Schneider 


Gavin Scott 


Samuel Scott 


William Scott 


Wilma Scott 


BM lie Sepich 


Elwyn Shackelford 


Robert Shannon 


Vincent Shannon 


Paul Shellabarger 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JESSE EUGENE SAMPSON, Thomasville, Ga. ; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Nu. • BENFORD LESTER SAMUELS. Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta; 
Committee of 100; YMCA; Alpha Phi Omega. • GERALD BYRON SANDERS, 
Sledge; Commerce; Feature Editor, Mississippian '47-'48; YMCA. • MICHAEL 
SCANLON. Jackson; Liberal Arts. • HUGH J. SChNbiL>.:,v. Laurei; ^o.u- 
merce; Kappa Alpha; Assistant Editor, 1948 Ole Miss; ASB Dance Committee; 
Newman Club. • GAVIN SCOTT, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi; Missis- 
sippian '47-'49; Lambda Sigma; YMCA; Scabbard and Blade; Committee of 
100; Band. • SAMUEL JOSHUA SCOTT, Coldwater; Pharmacy. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JOHN R. SHIELDS, Oxford; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; Delta Sig- 
ma Pi. • K. LUCILE SHIPP, Benton; Education; WSGA; Wesley Foundation; 
Y Committee. • MARCUS LEON SHOOK, Belmont; Commerce. • DONALD F. 
SHORT, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • RALPH D. SHULTZ, Quitman; 
Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association; Rho Chi. • RICHARD EVANS 
SIRES, Macon, Ga.; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • NAN- 
NETTE SHIPP SISSELL, Taylor; Education. 



• Second Row: WILLIAM MAXIE SCOTT, Forest; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi; 
American Society of Civil Engineers. • WILMA PAULINE SCOTT, Flora; Educa- 
tion. • BILLIE JEAN SEPICH, Education; Kappa Delta; Future Teachers of 
America; YWCA. • ELWYN RYAN SHACKELFORD, Charleston; Commerce; 
Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT JAMES SHANNON, New Albany; Commerce; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; Band '46-'47; Scabbard and Blade. • VINCENT EARLE SHAN- 
NON, Vicksburg; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. • PAUL R. SHEL- 
LABARGER, Bells, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; Rho Chi. 



• Second Row: GEORGE DEWEY SLAY, Hazlehurst; Pharmacy. • CHARLES 
LeLOUIS SLOAN, Greenwood; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • CLEVELAND 
BENTON SMITH, Tylertown; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta. • COLLIE C. SMITH, 
JR., Sardis; Engineering. • ELIZABETH SMITH, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; 
Home Economics Club. • GEORGE CAMERON SMITH, Hattiesburg; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Chi. • GEORGE W. SMITH, Fulton, Commerce. 



John Shields 


Lucile Shipp 


Marcus Shook 


Donald Short 


Ralph Shultz 


Richard Sires 


Nannetfe Sissell 


George Slay 


Charles Sloan 


Cleveland Smith 


Collie Smith, Jr. 


Elizabeth Smith 


George C. Smith 


George W. Smith 






John Smith 
William Speck 



Kenneth Smith 
Warrington Speer 



Richard Smith 
Jerry Spencer 



Jodie Sneed 
Coy Stacey, Jr. 



James Snow 
Sam Stafford 



Robert Snyder 
Thomas Stedman 



John Souza 
Roby Stegall 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOHN H. SMITH, Wirmingham, Tenn.; Pharmacy; American Phar- 
maceutical Association. • KENNETH ELMO SMITH, Carthage; Commerce; An- 
chor and Chain. • RICHARD LAURENCE SMITH, Tupelo; Commerce; Sigma 
Nu; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. • JODIE DWIGHT SNEED, Thaxton; Edu- 
cation. • JAMES B. SNOW, Corinth; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi; American Pharma- 
ceutical Association; Pi Kappa Pi. • ROBERT SYDNEY SNYDER, Clinton; Liberal 
Arts; Beta Theta Pi; Scabbard and Blade. • JOHN SOUZA, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Commerce. 



• Second Row: WILLIAM EDWARD SPECK, Sherman; Liberal Arts; Veterans 
Club; Classical Club. • WARRINGTON BALDWIN SPEER, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • JERRY ALEXANDER SPENCER, Yazoo City; Com- 
merce. • COY CRAFTON STACEY, JR., Paducah, Ky.; Commerce. • SAM D. 
STAFFORD, Winona; Education. • THOMAS SIDNEY STEDMAN, Jackson, Tenn.; 
Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBY LEE STEGALL, Forest; Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: GEORGE EDGAR STEPHENS, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• JOHN TASWELL STEPHENS, luka; Liberal Arts. • WYLIE CALVERT STEVENS, 
Hamilton; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi; Board of Directors, Campus Credit 
Union; Accountant for Campus Credit Union. • CAROLYN ANN STICKEROD, 
Dundee; Education; Delta Zefa; YWCA; Future Teachers of America; Ricks 
Dormitory Council. • IDANELLE STONE, Okolona; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; 
Lambda Sigma; Ole Miss Staff. • ROBERT L. STONE, Jackson; Commerce; 
Kappa Alpha. • JONYE STREET, Ripley; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: JAMES A. STRIBLING, Philadelphia; Education; M Club. • 
JAMES LLOYD STRIBLING, Clarksdale; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • ANNIE 
MAUD STRINGER, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Kappa Delta 
Pi. • W. FRANKLIN STRINGER, Sumrall; Liberal Arts. • STEPHEN CLINT 
STRINGFELLOW, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; M Club. • GRIFFIN HIRAM 
STUART, Poplarville; Liberal Arts; Independents. • ELIZABETH PEACOCK 
STURDIVANT, Glendora; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta; Canterbury Club; YWCA; 
Flying Rebels; Women's Athletic Association. 



George Stephens 
James A. Stribling 



John Stephens 
James L. Stribling 



Wylie Stevens 
Annie Stringer 



Carolyn Stickerod Idanelle Stone 

Franklin Stringer Stephen Stringfellow 



Robert Stone 
Griffin Stuart 



Jonye Street 
Elizabeth Sturdivant 





Richard Swango 
Kirk Taylor 



Coleen Swearingen 
Sara Tenia 



Douglas Tanner 
Harold Thames 



Virginia Tansil 
Merle Thigpen 



Paul Tarbutton 
Margaret Thomas 



Helen Tate 
Hugh Thomasson 



Ernest Taylor 
Norman Thompson 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: RICHARD CURTIS SWANGO, Sardis; Commerce. • COLEEN 
SWEARINGEN, DeKalb; Commerce. • DOUGLAS NEWELL TANNER, Lucedale; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • VIRGINIA ANN TANSIL, Sharon, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Zeta; Secretary, Mortar Board; Senior Y Cabinet; Secretary, Wesley 
Foundation; Secretary, Committee of 100; Band; University Players '45-'47. • 
PAUL RICHARD TARBUTTON, Laurel; Law. • HELEN FRANCES TATE, Stover; 
Liberal Arts. • ERNEST COLEMAN TAYLOR, Kenton, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Amer- 
ican Pharmaceutical Association. 

• Second Row: KIRK GRAVES TAYLOR, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • 
SARA STUART TERZIA, Monroe, La.; Liberal Arts; Alpha Omicron Pi. • HAR- 
OLD STANLEY THAMES, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scabbard 
and Blade; International Relations Club; Treasurer, YMCA; Omicron Delta 
Kappa. • MERLE WILLIE THIGPEN, Bay Spring; Commerce. • MARGARET 
JULIETT THOMAS, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Beta Beta Beta; Newman Club. • 
HUGH H. THOMASSON, DeKalb; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi 
Omega. • NORMAN STRAITT THOMPSON, Memphis, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Kappa 
Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association; Veterans Club. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JERRY PAUL TIBLIER, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha; M Club; 
Colonel Rebel '48-'49. • JAMES MAYO TIGRETT, Dumas; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa 
Psi; American Pharmaceutical Association. • E. CHARLINE TODD, Jackson; 
Education; Kappa Delta. • CHARLES T. TORJUSEN, Pascagoula; Commerce; 
Alpha Tau Omega; Intramural Council. • ROBERT BURWELL TOWNES, JR., 
Grenada; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM S. TOWNS, Meadville; 
Commerce. • JEANNE LISK TRAPP, Meridian; Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: HOWARD H. TRIPLETT, Louisville; Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • T. LAMAR TRIPLETT, Mashulaville; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega; 
YMCA; Baptist Student Union. • EMMETT ALBERT TULLOS, JR., Vaiden; 
Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • BYRD JAMES TRUSSELL, 
JR., Grenada; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intramural Council. • MARTHA 
VIRGINIA TURNER, Hattiesburg; Education; Delta Delta Delta; Pi Lambda 
Theta. • ROBERT TURNER, Kosciusko; Engineering; American Society of Civil 
Engineers. • WILLIAM RILEY TYLER, Forest; Commerce; Mississippian. 



Robert Townes, Jr. 
Martha Turner 



William Towns 
Robert Turner 



Jeanne Trapp 
William Tyler 





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Joseph Upton 


Joel Varner 


Rogers Varner 


Pat Vinson 


Charles Walker 


Gwen Walker 


Max Walker 


Shirley Walker 


John Walls 


Richard Walls 


Gerald Walters 


Margaret Walters 


Mark Walton 


Francile Waters 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOSEPH PAUL UPTON, Livingston, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Kappa Psi; 
American Pharmaceutical Association. • JOEL ELLIOTT VARNER, Senatobia; 
Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • ROGERS VARNER, Pack; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • PAT VINSON, Tupelo; Education. • CHARLES E. WALKER, Senato- 
rium; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • GWEN WALKER, Monroe, La.; Education; 
Delta Delta Delta; Women's Athletic Association; Canterbury Club; YWCA; Fu- 
ture Teachers of America. • MAX SUMNER WALKER, Independence; Educa- 
tion; Future Teachers of America; Physical Education Majors Club; Independ- 
ents. 

• Second Row: SHIRLEY JEAN WALKER, Courtland; Liberal Arts. • JOHN R. 
WALLS, Houlka; Liberal Arts. • RICHARD GARLAND WALLS, Houlka; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Pi; Scabbard and Blade. • GERALD HENRY 
WALTERS, Crenshaw; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; Veterans Club; 
Accounting Club. • MARGARET ELINOR WALTERS, Clarksdale; Education; 
Kappa Delta; Vice-President, Kappa Delta; Pix; YWCA; Home Economics Club; 
Wesley Foundation. • MARK HOWARD WALTON, Mt. Olive; Pharmacy; Pi 
Kappa Alpha; American Pharmaceutical Association. • FRANCILE KEITH 
WATERS, McKamie, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Home Economics Club. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ROBERT PERRIN WATKINS, Collins; Liberal Arts. • FRANK 
BETHEA WATTS, Wiggins; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • THOMAS HENDERSON 
WATTS, Columbia; Commerce; Kappa Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; YMCA; Inter- 
Fraternity Council; Baptist Student Union. • MARY L. WEEKS, Oxford; Com- 
merce. • BUFORD ELLSWORTH WELLS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Sigma; Boxing Team; Mississippians. • CLAIRE KATHRYN WELLS, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; President, Megaphone Club '45-'4b; wwens; K.appa uetta 
Pi; M Club; Sponsor, '46-'47; Favorite '47-'48; University Players '45-'48; Sponsor, 
ROTC '47-'48. • MONROE GADDY WELLS, Oakland; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: JAMES VESTER WENTZELL, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • JAMES ALLEN WEST, Memphis, Tenn.- Commerce. • JEANNE 
WHEELER, Hernando; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; Ole Miss Staff '44-'49; Women's 
Glee Club; Committee of 100; Secretary, Psychology Club; University Chorus. • 
JOE H. WHEELER, JR., Greenville; Commerce; Delta Psi. • ERNEST CECIL 
WHIDDON, Hattiesburg; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association. • 
CHARLES LEROY WHITAM, Natchez; Commerce; Newman Club. • JAMES 
NORRIS WHITE, Oxford; Engineering; President, Chi Epsilon; American Society 
of Civil Engineers. 



Robert Watkins 


Frank Watts 


Thomas Watts 


Mary Weeks 


Buford Wells 


Claire Wells 


Monroe Wells 


James Wentiell 


James West 


Jeanne Wheeler 


Joe Wheeler, Jr. 


Ernest Whiddon 


Charles Whitam 


James White 







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Lee Williams 



Lester Wilkes 


Charles Williams, Jr. 


Edwin Williams 


James C. Williams 


James E. Williams 


Laura Williams 


Oscar Williams 


Shirley Williams 


W. W. Wilroy 


Eddie Wilson 


Jack Wise, III 


Charles Witt, Jr 



THE SENIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: REGINALD PACE WHITE, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • LESTER EUGENE WILKES, Noxapater; Law. • CHARLES DuBUISSON 
WILLIAMS, JR., Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EDWIN CALE 
WILLIAMS, Plain; Pharmacy; American Pharmaceutical Association; Baptist 
Student Union. • JAMES C. WILLIAMS, New Albany; Commerce. • JAMES 
E. WILLIAMS, Potts Camp; Commerce. • LAURA NELL WILLIAMS, Laurel; 
Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: LEE R. WILLIAMS, Jackson; Commerce; Delta Sigma Pi. • 
OSCAR LANE WILLIAMS, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • SHIRLEY 
BRIDE WILLIAMS, Decatur, Ala.; Education. • W. E. WILROY, Arkabutla; 
Law III. • EDDIE KENNETH WILSON, Ruleville; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • 
JACK WISE, III, Bessemer, Ala.; Commerce; Sigma Pi. • CHARLES EDWARD 
WITT, JR., Sherman; Commerce; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: CECIL KENNETH WOODRUFF, Sunflower; Commerce; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • WILLIAM WELDON WOODS, Indianola; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma; Mis- 
sissippians; American Pharmaceutical Association; Veterans Club. • ALBERT 
HAINES WOOLLETT, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Eta Sigma; Taylor Medal. • 
MARTHA LOUISE WRENN, Doddsville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu; YWCA Cabinet; 
Annual Staff '4A-'49. • ANN MARTIN WRIGHT, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Committee of 100; YWCA; Future Teachers 
of America; Women's Athletic Association. • CHARLES CLIFTON WRIGHT, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • DOROTHY ANN WRIGHT, Rolling 
Fork; Education; Phi Mu; President, Pan-Hellenic Council. 

• Second Row: RAYMOND CARL WUNDERLICH, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; 
Sigma Chi. • LEWIS ALVA WYLIE, Tupelo; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • 
G. WILLIAM YATES, Mt. Olive; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • NEIL IVIN YEL- 
VERTON, Bay Springs; Pharmacy. • CHARLES HARRY YOUNG, Jayess; Phar- 
macy. • EITHEL G. YOUNG, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • HOLLIE SPENCER 
YOUNG, Bruce; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. 



Cecil Woodruff 
Raymond Wunderlich 



William Woods 
Lewis Wylie 



Albert Woollett 
William Yates 



Martha Wrenn 
Neil Yelverton 



Ann Wright 
Charles Young 



Charles Wright 
Eithel Young 



Dorothy Wright 
Hollie Young 





THE BLOODY BUCKET. SYMBOL OF A RIVALRY 
BITTER AS GALL, ETERNAL AS GRANITE. 






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THE OLE MISS JOURNAL 



Senator Stennis and Alec Templeton scheduled to appear in Fulton Chapel ... in- 
quiring reporter is not allowed to print scoop he got at Cornelia Otis Skinner's per- 
formance — artificial bust exaggerators are not to be mentioned in public print . . . 
AA moves Rebel band down to the cinder track at Crump Stadium for Tennessee 
game, explaining they have chance to sell their student tickets over again . . . ground 
broken for new library building — ceremony, attended by 25 persons, is made easier 
when member of Stat<? Building Commission digs with a gilded spade into turf which 
had been spaded up and packed lightly down again shorily before dawn . . . Sigma 
Chi's, doubling up, announce Sweat twins as their "Thanksgiving Girls" . . . Rebs gaily 
trample University of Chattanooga . . . Frosh footballers' canine mascot, "Ruthie," 
named after a character we won't mention, gives birth to five ... in annual get- 
together before State game, representatives of both schools decide that traditional 
vandalism could be averted if students wouldn't do it . . . 500 attend Sadie Hawkins 
dance in tote-sacks . . . Kappas move into new house . . . Rebs fool Tennessee with 
16-13 victory in Big Shelby . . . Elliott Lawrence announced for opening dances . . . 
"Selected Cases on Torts" is found in the grill coffee . . . 

DECEMBER, 1948 
Religious Emphasis Week begins . . . Election of Colonel Rebel and Miss Ole Miss 
planned . . . Rebel band is feature as 29 high school bands meet in Greenville for some 
reason or other . . . Coach Jack Odom, of the doctors, considers protesting the 

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THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES H. ADAMS, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT H. ADAMS, 
Paris, France; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • GEORGE EDWIN AIKEN, 
Cordova, Ala.; Liberal Arts. • MAX W. AKINS. Pontotoc; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi • EARLE MOORE ALEXANDER, Lexington; Liberal Arts. • LEILA ALEX- 
ANDER, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • PHIL ALEXANDER, Amory; Phar- 
macy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • KATE BRITTAIN ALFORD, Hazlehurst; Educa- 
tion; Kappa Delta. • ALICE ARCHER ALLEIN, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. 

• Second Row: BRANNAN J. ANDERSON. Grenada; Commerce; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • ROBERT L. ANDERSON, III, Inverness; Commerce; Delta Psi. 

• ROGER W. ANDERSON, Oxford; Education. • CARL FERDINAND ANDRE, 
Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HAROLD ARGO, Sipsey, 
Ala.; Pharmacy. • WALTER R. ARNETT. Columbia. S. C; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theta. • CAROLD K. ARNOLD. Port Gibson; Liberal Arts. • MICHAEL 
ARSULICH, East Chicago, Ind.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • MAY STILES 
ARTZ, Centreville; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: NANCY LEE ASHLEY. Clinton; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• JOHN ALVIN ASHMORE, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. • BETTY JOE ATWOOD, 



Monticello; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • DOUGLAS WELDON AULTMAN, 
Hattiesburg; Pharmacy. • BRUCE GREEN AUSTIN. Tie Plant; Engineering; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • CHARLES AZAR, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. 
• RENE HECTOR BACHAND. St. Petersburg, Fla.; Commerce. • GEORGE T. 
BAILEY, Gulfport; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LOUIS G. BAINE, JR., Gloster; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 



• Second Row: ROBERT T. BAKER, Charleston; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. 

• TERRELL L. BAKER. JR., Dixie, La.; Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha. • ALEX 
D BALL, Leakesville; Pharmacy. • SHARP WILLIAM BANKS. JR.. Phila- 
delphia; Education. • CATHERINE GENE BANKSTON, Edwards; Commerce; 
Chi Omega • DELMA MYRRL BARBER. Water Valley; Education. • JAMES 
EDWARD BARBER, Baldwyn; Education, • MYRA QUAY BARBER. Water Valley; 
Education. • WILLIAM N. BARFIELD, Griffin. Ga.; Commerce. 

• Third Row: JARE LYONS BARKLEY, Belioni; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

• TEMPLE B. BERNARD, Anguilla; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ANN 
UPSHAW BARRIER, Yazoo City; Education; Chi Omega. • MARILYN ANN 
BURRILL, Syracuse, N. Y.; Education; Delta Zeta. • GAYLE C. BEANLAND, 
JR., Oxford; Engineering; Delta Psi. • FRANK A. BELLINZ, Meridian; En- 
gineering. • FRANK BELLIPANI, Centreville; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 

• WINSTON O. BENJAMIN, Thaxton; Education. • JACK DAMPEER BERCH, 
Hazlehurst; Pharmacy. 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: CHUCK TAYLOR BERRY, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN 
BETHEA, JR., Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • MARTHA BIGGS. Crystal Springs; Education; 
Chi Omega. • GUY CAMERON BILLUPS, Greenwood; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LOUIS McCUE 

BISHOP, Waynesboro; Commerce. 

• Second Row: MARION FRANKLIN BISHOP, Shaw; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • GRAVES 
BLAKE. Houlka; Liberal Arts. • DON EUGENE BLANCHARD. Moss Point; Education; Sigma Chi. 

• CURTIS C. BLOMOUIST, Hammond, La.; Pharmacy. • JOHN STANLEY BLONSICK, Atlanta. Ga.; 
Commerce; Sigma Nu. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: JO ELINOR BOGARD, Parkin; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • WILLIAM HOUSE BOND, 
Jackson, Tenn.; Commerce. • WILLIAM H. BOOLOS. Clarksdale; Commerce. • MARTHA JANE 
BORING, Greenwood; Education; Chi Omega. • THOMAS NEVILLE BOSCHERT. Duncan; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • THOMAS T. BOSWELL, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • WEBB A. BOSWELL, 
Noxspater; Pharmacy; Lambda Chi Alpha. • MARGARET ANN BOWEN. Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • ROBERT F. BOWEN, Piedmont, S. C; Engineering. 

• Second Row: SHELDON WELLS BOWEN. Tupelo; Commerce. • EVERETTE WAYNE BOWIE, 
McCool; Pharmacy. • JAMES ELWIN BOWIE, Carthage; Engineering. • SUE GOOLSBY BOWIE. 
New Albany; Education. • MARTHA VIRGINIA BOWMAN, Amory; Education; Delta Zeta. • HALLIE 
HARRIS BOX. Laurel; Liberal Arts. • R. NEAL BOX. Laurel; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES 
DAWAYNE BOYD. Ecru; Pharmacy. • JOYCE CLARE BOYD, Ecru; Commerce. 



• Third Row: MARTHA E. BRADLEY, 
Clarksdale; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • 
FAY BREWER, Senatobia; Liberal Arts. • 



Aberdeen; Commerce. • ELIZABETH ANN BRAMELTT, 
JAMES FRANKLIN BRENT. Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • MARY 
JOE E. BRIDGES. Mize; Liberal Arts. • EDWARD NASON 



Oscar Buchanan, M Club Prexy, and Jimmy Mc- 
Dowell, Sports Editor of the Ole Miss and Missis- 
sippian. . 




BROCK, Cleveland; Pharmacy. • LEES BROOME, JR.. Ocean Grove. N. J.; Engineering. • BETTY 
JEAN BROWN, Lorman; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • CHARLES HENRY BROWN. Natchez; Commerce. 





THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: OBIE BROWN. JR., Alexandre City, Ala.; Education • WALTER 
LUCKETT BROWN. JR. Lena; Commerce. • STANLEY BRUNT, McCool; 
Commerce. • GEORGE K. BUCHANAN. Heidelberg; Liberal Arts. • MILDRED 
LOIS BUCHANAN, Hayti. Mo.; Education. • CHARLENE L. BUCK, Bastrop, 
La.; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta • JOHN CLARENCE BUCKLEY, Newton; 
Pharmacy. • JOHN EDWARD BUFKIN. Lumberton; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • HENRY CLAY BULLOCK, Rosedale; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• Second Row: MARY ELLEN BULLOCK, Rosedale; Education; Chi Omega. 

• CLIFFORD CHARLES BURGESS, Bantonia; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi 

• HAROLD WARREN BURNATI, Cnillicothe, Mo.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta 
Pi. • JESSE LEONARD BURNETT, JR., Charleston; Commerce; Sigma Nu. 

• HELEN FLORENCE BURNSIDE, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• JAMES HOYT BUSH. Philadelphia; Education. • MILLARD MUNDELL BUSH, 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • MARKO MARTIN BUTIRICH, 
Gretna, La.; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • JAMES NESBIT BUTLER. Pontotoc; 
Education. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM ALBERT BUTLER. Mangham. La.; Pharmacy. • EMMA 
JEAN BYNUM, Ellisbille; Liberal Arts. • GEORGE W. CALDWELL, Pontotoc; 



Pharmacy. • JAMES MORRIS CALDWELL. Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi 

• PERRIN LOWREY CALDWELL, Senatobia; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon 

• KING HAYES CALLICUT, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • EVLYN CAMPBELL 
Jackson; Liberal Arts. • WINSTON J. CAPERTON. Louisville; Commerce 

• WILLIAM ARNELL CARLISLE, Houston; Commerce. 



• Second Row: ARCHIE F. CARR. Magee; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. 

• GEORGE E. CARROLL, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. 

• EDGAR WILEY CARTER, Kosciusko; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • IRA G. 
CARTER, Amory; Commerce. • JOHN THOMAS CASE. Brookhaven; Pharmacy. 

• VINCENT CASSINO. Vlcksburg; Commerce. • BARBARA JEAN CASON. 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JOHN RICHARD 
CASTLE. Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM RICHARD 
CATCHINGS, McComb; Pharmacy. 



• Third Row: JACK P. CAVANAUGH. Jackson; Commerce. • ATWOOD 
DUNCAN CHALK. JR., Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • MERRITT O. 
CHANCE. Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • RUPERT L. CHAPMAN. 
Oxford; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM DAN CHAPMAN. Meridian; Commerce; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • BILL DURDEN CHATHAM. Shaw; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. 

• LOUIS S. CHATHAM. Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
LAURANCE JAMES CLARK. Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• AUBREY O'NEAL CLEMENT, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 






HARRIET GEISENBERGER 

President of CWENS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: FABUS DENZIL CLIETT, Montpelier; Commerce. • JACK RAY CLINE, Memphis. Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • OLIVE ELIZABETH CLOWER. Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • ALTON B. COBB, Camden; Liberal Arts. • HERBERT M. COHEN, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. 

• Second Row: CLAUDINE SMITH COKER. Sanatorium; Education. • RILEY COLE, Highlandale; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • MAURIE LAWRENCE COLLY, Atlanta, Ga.; Liberal Arts. • PATSY LEA 
CONERLY. Gloster; Commerce; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM EDWARD CONNORS. Clarksdale; 
Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: LAWRENCE H CONWILL. Nettleton; Commerce. © JOHN BRABSTON COOK, 
Natchez; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • PAUL BERRY COOPER, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • ROBERT SIDNEY COOPER. Forest; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • HARRY COOPERMAN, 
New York. N. Y.; Liberal Arts; Phi Epsilon Pi. • HELEN RUTH COPLEN, Summit; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • ROBERT COVENS, Crystal Springs; Pharmacy; Phi Epsilon Pi. • JUSTIN LAMAR 
COX, Brandon; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • RAMON HYTOWER COX, Parchman; Commerce. 

• Second Row: ROBERT FORD COX, Asheville. N. C; Liberal Arts. • JAMES AUGUST CRAWFORD, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Beta Theta Pi. • JANE CRAWFORD. West Point; Education; Chi Omega. 

• KENNETH E. CRAWFORD, Mount Olive; Commerce. • MARY RUTH CRAWFORD, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • GATEWOOD B. CRAWLEY. Holly Springs; Commerce. • JAMES LESLIE 
CROSBY, Aberdeen; Commerce. • PATRICK W. CROSWELL. Philadelphia; Liberal Arts. • JACK 
WESLEY CROWELL. Itta Bena; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi 

• Third Row: THOMAS SOMERVILLE CULLEY. Oxford; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • GLYN 
GEORGE CULPEPPER, Silver Creek; Liberal Arts. • LAWRENCE W. CURBO. Whitehaven, Tenn.; 
Commerce: Phi Kappa Psi. • MAGGIE REA CURLE. Belzoni; Education; Phi Mu. • EDWARD J. 
CURRIE, Hattiesburg; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • JAMES MURL DABBS, Shannon; Liberal Arts. 

• CHARLES M. DALE, Duck Hill; Liberal Arts. • JOHN H. DANIELS. Belzoni; Commerce; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES EDWARD DARNELL. Philadelphia; Liberal Arts. 









THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOHN WILLIAM DAVES, Tiptonville, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Beta 
Theta Pi. • HERBERT WINFIELD DAVIDSON. Kosciusko; Pharmacy. • HOWARD 
LUNSFORD DAVIDSON, Oxford; Commerce. • THOMAS J. DEAN, Hernando; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM McCARTY DEAVOURS. Laurel; 
Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • EDGAR HENRY DENK, Buffalo, N. Y.; Liberal 
Arts. • CARSON LEE DEUBERRY, Greenvield, Tenn.; Engineering. • JAMES 
L. DIETZ, Beaumont; Pharmacy • EUGENE LEE BIGBY, Fulton; Education. 



• Second Row: HOWARD A. DILLARD. Pachuto; Commerce. • DAVE WADE 
DOGAN, JR., Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • BOBBY H. DONALD, 
Louisville; Liberal Arts. • MALCOLM JOSEPH DONALDSON, Reserve, La.; 
Pharmacy. • DONNELL LOVE DOOLEY, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • FRANK MAR- 
VIN DOOLEY, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • JAMES H. DORROH. Slate Springs; En- 
gineering. • SARAH ALICE DOSS, Eupora; Commerce; Delta Delta Delta. 

• WILLIAM JAMES DOUGLAS, Guntown; Education. 



BELOW: 

• First Row : AMOS DOWDLE, Canton; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • WILLIAM 
TOWNSEND DRURY, Mobile, Ala.; Pharmacy. • DONALD JOSEPH BUBUISSON, 
Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. • LILLIAN ANNE DUKE, Jackson; 



Education; Delta Delta Delta. • BRYANT WINFIELD DUNN, Meridian; Com- 
merce; Kappa Alpha. • DAVID W. DUNN. Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 
• JOHN DAVID DUNN, JR., Jackson; Commerce. • SAMUEL DEE WILSON 
DUVALL. Oxford; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WARREN H. DYE, 
Ackerman; Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: ARVAH EUGENE DYESS. Laurel; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • SARAH JO DYESS. Laurel; Education. • TAYLOR GIBBS EADY, JR ; 
Crystal Springs; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • MARY JANE ECKLES, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • WILLIAM M. EDWARDS, Russellville. Ky.; 
Pharmacy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT CRAIG EFFINGER, JR., Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • ROBERT DONALD EHRHARDT, Jackson; 
Commerce; Kappa Alpha • JESSE MAGEE ELKIN, Water Valley; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Alpha. • GEORGE RUDOLPH ELLIS, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Nu. 

• Third Row: JEAN T. ELLSWORTH, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • HORACE L. 
ELMORE, State Line; Liberal Arts. • INEZ WANDER ENGLAND, Big Creek; 
Education. • ROY EVANS. Memphis. Tenn.; Engineering. • LILLY EXUM, 
Vaughan; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • CLEVELAND DENNY FAGGARD, JR., 
Moss Point; Education. • FRANK CHESLEY FANT, JR.. Greenwood; Education; 
Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM MILTON FANT, Carthage; Pharmacy. • GEORGE 
KAVANAUGH FARR. JR.. Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 






BILL FLOWERS 

Men's Glee Club President 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES LEONCE FARRAGUT, Moss Point; Liberal Arts. • OSCAR LLOYD FARRAGUT, 
Pascagoula; Liberal Arts. • BETTY ALICE FARRELL, St. Louis. Mo.; Education. • WAYNE L. 
FARRELL, Grenada; Pharmacy. • REUBEN MAX FARRIS, Rienii; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: RUDOLPH JOHN FARRIS, Vicksburg; Commerce. • DUDLEY D. FEDRIC. Charleston; 
Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • CLAY LOUIS FILE, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • BOBBIE RAY FIKE, 
McLain; Liberal Arts. • TAULBERT JAMES FINCH, McComb; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: VIVIAN JEAN FINDLEY, Hattiesburg; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • WILLIAM 
OVERTON FLINN, Love; Education. • BURNEY M. FOOKS, Tupelo; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. 

• DAN RALPH FORD, Taylorsville; Pharmacy. • FRANK CARROLL FORD. Hazlehurst; Commerce; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOE R. FORTE, Helena, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • THAD LEWIS FOWLER, 
Hattiesburg; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES LEE FRAZIER, Oxford; Engineering.. • ANDREW 
NEIL FREMIN. Biloxi; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: BILLIE JEAN FRENCH, Byhalia; Commerce. • GEORGE EDWARD FRENCH, Pass 
Christian; Pharmacy. • WENDELL CHAUNCEY FRY. Newbern, Tenn.; Engineering. • ROYCE 
WAYNE FUDGE, Oxford; Engineering. • ROBERT J. FUERST, North Little Rock, Ark.; Education. 

• MARTHA JO FURR, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • HENRY M. FYFE, JR., Sardis; Com- 
merce. • PHILLIP HORACE GALLOWAY. Oxford; Engineering. • WILLIAM FIELDS GALTNEY, 
Corinth; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. 

• Third Row: DAVID BOYD GARDNER, McComb; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • RUFUS KING GARDNER, 
Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM LEE GARNER, Hernando; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • IRENE GARRETT, Jackson; Commerce. • LLOYD EDWIN GARY. Eupora; 
Liberal Arts. • WALTER HUBERT GARY, Eupora; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH WILLIAM GAZZO, 
Meridian; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • ALBERT L. GERRARD. Canton; Education; Phi Delta 
Theta. • DOROTHY WHITE GIBBS, Fulton; Education. 









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THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES CLAYTON GLASGOW. Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT 
HENRY GLOVER, University; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • JOHN HAROLD 
GOLDEN. JR., Baton Rouge. La.; Engineering. • JOHN ELLIS GORE, JR., 
Newton; Pharmacy. • GEORGE HARLAN GRAFTON. Hughes, Ark.; Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • RUTH ELIZABETH GRAY. Bay St. Louis; Liberal 
Arts; Chi Omega. © WILLIAM AARDWEG GREEN. Jonestown; Commerce; 
Kappa Sigma. • ZILAH LOU GREEN. Marianna. Ark.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • JOHN E. GREGG. Taylorville; Liberal Arts 

• Second Row: CLYDE EDWARD GRIDLEY. Gultport; Commerce; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • JAMES CURTIS GRIFFIN, JR., Shannon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• DAVID KENNER GULLEDGE. JR., Goodman; Commerce. • GEORGE H. 
GULLEY, JR.. Brookhaven; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN M. 
GULLICK. JR., Aberdeen: Education. • LINDY REID GUNN. Tutwiler; Com- 
merce; Phi Kappa Psi • JOHN K. GURNER, Water Valley; Liberal Arts. 

• BETTY JANE HADAD, Vicksburg; Commerce • HURST MORELAND BALL, 
Toccopola; Education. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ROBERT BALLARD HALTON, Batesville; Pharmacy; Delta Psi. 

• ROBERT WALLACE HAMILTON, Tuscola; Liberal Arts. • DOROTHY E. 



HAMM, University; Commerce; Delta Delta Delta. • VICTOR GARNET 
HAMMONS. Holcomb; Commerce. • JAMES LIONEL HAMRICK, Meridian; 
Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LEE FLOWERS HAMRICK. Greenwood; Commerce; 
Sigma Chi. • RICHARD WADE HANNA. Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • JOHN CALVIN HANAH. JR.. Marks; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi. • WILLIAM MALCOLM HARDEE. Jackson; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. 

O Second Row: SAMUEL HOWARD HARDISON, Memphis. Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Alpha. • ALFRED W HARDY. JR.. Canton; Commerce; Beta Theta 
Pi. • JAMES CAWOOD HARGIS, University; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. 
• JOSEPH E. HARPER, Moss Point; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • HECTOR 
POLLARD HARRELL, Carthage; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH COLLINS HARRIS, 
Batesville; Commerce. • LADDIE HARTON, Tullahoma. Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 
SHIRLEY LOUISE HATAWAY. Vicksburg; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JOSEPH 
J. HAWKINS, Raleigh; Commerce. 

6 Third Row: AVERY PURCELL HAYNES, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 
JAMES C. HAYS. Philadelphia; Liberal Arts. • JOHN EDGAR HAYS, 
Ychula; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • LEWIS CARTER HEIDELBERG. Gulfport; 
Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • FRANCES LEIGHTON HEMETER, Hat- 
Hesburg; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • BETTY JEAN HENDERSON, Tupelo; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • HELEN HENDERSON. Sumner; Commerce; Chi 
Omega. • O. H. HENDRICKS, III, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. • PAUL 
JAMES HENLEY, Philadelphia; Engineering; Sigma Nu. 






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ABOVE: 

• First Row: B. M. HENRY, Drew; Pharmacy. • GWENDOLYN CARR HENRY, Pontotoc; Education; 
Zeta Tau Alpha. • JACK WEST HENRY. Tuscaloosa, Ala.; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • ANSELMO 
PRIETO HERNANDEZ, Quebradilla, Puerto Rico; Commerce. • PETER K. HERRING, Meadville; 
Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: GEORGE P. HEWES, Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • RALPH HIGH- 
TOWER, JR., Eupora; Pharmacy. • GEORGE McLAURIN HILL, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • 
LEROY CURTIS HINSON, Nettleton; Commerce. • GEORGE WILDEN HOFFMAN, Hattiesburg; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: JAMES OTIS HOGUE. Walnut Grove; Pharmacy. • FREDERICK H. HOHENSCHUTZ, 
Eudora, Ark.; Engineering. • WILLIAM IRBY HOLLOWELL, JR., Cleveland; Commerce. • WILLIAM 
W. HOLMES, Leland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • ALBERT TERRILL HOLT, Raymondville, Mo.; 
Liberal Arts. • JAMES DEWEY HOOD, Houlka; Liberal Arts. • JAMES PRENTIS HOOPER, Ruleville; 
Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • GEORGE PEARCE HOPKINS, JR., Gulfport; Engineering; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • JAMES CLINTON HOPPER, Greenwood; Commerce. 

• Second Row: JACK DEW HORNE, Amory; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • THOMAS W. 
HORNER, Morristown, Tenn.; Commerce. • Durwood Howard, Crystal Springs; Liberal Arts. • WIL- 
LIAM EMERSON HOWARD, Watertown, Conn.; Engineering. • JOHN WILLIAM HUFF, Pulaski; 
Commerce. • ARTHUR SEVETUS HUGGINS. JR., Oxford; Commerce. O VERNON THOMAS HUGHES, 
Clarksdale; Pharmacy. • JOHN MURRAY HUMPHREYS, JR., Biloxi; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • SHED 
HILL HUNGER, Winona; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• Third Row: ALICE ADAMS HUNTER, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • DOROTHY JEAN 
HUNTER, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • DOROTHY VIRGINIA HUNTER, Inverness; 
Commerce; Delta Delta Delta. • ROBERT JACKSON HUNTER. Macon; Education; Kappa Alpha. 

• ELISHA DEWITT HURST, JR., Laurel; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • DAN SPEARMAN HYDE, 
Vardaman; Commerce. • ALFRED KNOX JACKSON, Oxford; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega • AR- 
THUR E. JACKSON, New York, N. Y.; Liberal Arts. • BETTYE DUKE JACKSON. Oxford; Education; 
Kappa Delta. 



HUGH SCHNEIDER 

Mr. Authority 






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THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

O First Row: JAMES CECIL JACKSON. Oxford; Commerce. • JOHN FENWICK 
JACKSON. Kosciusko; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • LUCILE JACKSON, 
Jackson; Commerce; Delta Gamma. • BEN D JACO, Winona; Liberal Arts; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • EULUS G. JENKINS. Vernon. Ala.; Education. • THOMAS 
DAVID JENKINS. Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • WILLIAM 
LAFAYETTE JENNINGS. Cotton Plant; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • JEANNINE 
ZACHRY JERNIGAN. Oxford; Liberal Arts. • EDGAR DEWITT JOHNSON, 
Long Beach; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Seccnd Row: GEORGE RICHARD JOHNSON. Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • JAMES EUGENE JOHNSON. Canton; Commerce; Phi 
Kappa Sigma. • JOAN ALLOWAY JOHNSON, Brookhaven; Education; Kappa 
Delia ROBERT EARL JOHNSON, Leland; Pharmacy. • SEYMOUR BENNETT 
JOHNSON. Indianola; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • WADE HAMPTON 
JOHNSON, JR , Coffeeville; Liberal Arts. • BROOKS JONES. Vernon, Ala.; 
Education. • EDLEY H. JONES. JR., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • JAMES HARDING JONES. JR , Jacksonville. Ala.; Engineering; 
Pi Kappa Phi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JOSEPH PAUL JONES, Moss Point; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• WALTER N JONES, Forest; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • BETTYE JOURDAN, 



luka; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • DAVID OLEN JOURDAN, JR., luka 
Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • EDWARD ROWEN JOYCE, St. Augustine, Fla. 
Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • ELIZABETH SHARPE JUMPER. Houston. Tex. 
Liberal Arts. • LAURA SOPHIE JUNKIN, Natchez; Education; Chi Omega. 
• IRWIN MORTON KAUFMAN, Clarksdale; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi • JEAN 
LOUISE KEASLER. Holcomb; Liberal Arts. 



• Seccnd Row: ROSEMARY KEESLING, Pensacola. Fla ; Liberal Arts. • WIL- 
LIAM CULLEN KEHOE, JR.. Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• TATTY KlLLNER. Greenville; Education; Kappa Delta. • MARY BROOKE 
KETHLEY, Cleveland; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • DAVID EWING KEYES, 
Hazlehurst; Education. • TRESSA MARIAM KING. Fayette; Education; Delta 
Zeta. • GEORGE HAMPTON KIRKLAND. Greenwood; Engineering; Delta 
Kappa Eosilon. • NANCY KNIGHT. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu • ROBERT 
NICHOLSON KNOX, Pontotoc; Commerce. 



• Third Row: JAMES VERNON LACKEY, Forest; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• ROBERT EARL LADNER, Perkinston; Liberal Arts. • ANDREW POLLARD 
LAGRONE, Cleveland; Commerce. • TROY NEAL LAMBERT. Amory; Com- 
merce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • BETTY JO LATHAM. Jackson. Liberal Arts. • BILL 
HOWARD LEE. Jackson: Liberal Arts. • JANE LEE Jackson: Liberal Arts- 
Delta Gamma. • EDWIN LEGRAND. Mocksville. N. C; Commerce; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • ELIZABETH LEWIS. Booneville; Commerce. 







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Sigma Alpha lota President 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOHN W. LEWIS, Rosedale; Commerce; Kappa Sigra. © MARTHA ROBERTSON 
LINDLEY, Macon; Commerce. • MAY JEAN LIPE, Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • ROBERT LYNN 
LIPSEY, Cclumbus; Liberal Arts. • ELMER BOUNDS LITCHFIELD. Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: ROBERT L. LITTLE. Monticello; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • JOYCE ELIZABETH 
LOFLIN, Natchez; Commerce; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM M. LOFTIS, Fayette, Ala.; Engineering. 

• WALTER KEIRN LONG, Itta Bena; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • FREDERICK J. LOTTERHOS, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM NILES LOVELADY, Oxford; Commerce. • FRANK IRVIN LOVELL, Carrollton; 
Liberal Arts. • JAMES BILES LORRE, Glendora; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • EDWIN 
LOVIS LOWRY, Philadelphia; Education; Sigrr-a Nu. • VIRGINIA MAY LUDLOW, Beverly Hills, 
Cal.; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS J. LUNDY, JR., Greenville; Liberal Arts. • SAM C. LUSCO, Vicks- 
burg; Commerce. • TRACY WALLACE LUSK, Hazlehurst; Engineering. • BILLY NANTS McADOO, 
Martin, Term.; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: LEROY J. McBRIDE, Jackson; Education. • MARY FORREST McCALL. Oxford; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JAMES KENDRICK McCARLEY, Magee; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • BILLIE CLAIRE McCLENDON, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • AUBREY CURTIS Mc- 
DANIEL, Camden; Commerce. • Q. H McDANIEL, McComb; Pharmacy. • DAVID MATLYN McDON- 
ALD, Ethel; Commerce. • WILLIAM IRVIN McDONALD. Tylertown; Commerce; Delta Psi. • JOHN 
DANIEL McELROY, Fulton; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. 

• Third Row: TAYLOR HOLCOMB McELROY, Oxford; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • JOHN 
LAWRENCE McGEE, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • ELLIS H. McGLAUN, Baldwyn; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • MAC D. MclNIS, Collins; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • REBECCA MclNIS, Rosedale; Educa- 
tion. • BARRY PARK MclNTOSH. Hernando; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • BOBBYE BURNS 
MclNTYRE, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • LAURA JEAN McKAY, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • 
HUGH KELSEY McKEE. JR.. Picayune; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. 






THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: CURTIS W. McKEWEN, Jackson; Commerce. • MARY ANNE 
McLEAN, Blaine; Education; Chi Omega • ANNIE LAURIE McLENDON, 
Indianola; Education; Phi Mu. • MABRY S. McMILLAN, Water Valley; Liberal 
Arts. • VOSS McRANEY, JR., Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • E. HENRY 
McREE. Eupora; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM McKINLEY 
MABRY. JR., Savannah, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • GORDON LIVINGSTON MACAULAY, 
Oakhurst; Engineering. • JANE MADDEN, Nashville. Tenn.; Education; 
Phi Mu. 

• Second Row: ERNEST ROBIN MAGRUDER, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha. • FRANCES MINETTE MAHONEY, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • BRISON MANN, Belmont; Education; Beta Theta Pi. • JACK 
RALPH MANN, Belmont; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • DARWIN McRAE 
MAPLES, Tiger Branch; Liberal Arts. • EDWARD J. MARGANSKI, Shelton, 
Conn.; Commerce. • WILLIAM BYRON MARTIN, Dorsey; Liberal Arts. 

• GUSTAVO AGUILAR MARIN. San Jose, Costa Rica; Liberal Arts. 

• CHARLES WILLIAM MARIS, Canton; Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MIRIAM BERTHA MARRON. Fayette; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. 

• ERNEST G. MARTIN. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BRYAN 



MARTIN, Calhoun City; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • SAMUEL FRED MARTIN. 
Water Valley; Education. • SARA LEES MASON, Jonesboro. Ark.; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Delta. • JOYCE MAULDIN, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts; Zeta 
Tau Alpha. • GEORGE WILLIAM MAY, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • SARA ELIZABETH MAYFIELD. Hattiesburg; Pharmacy; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • GERALD MEADERS. Water Valley; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: HAROLD WAITS MELVIN, Laurel; Commerce; Sigma Phi 
Epsilon. • MARY EVELYN MICHAEL, Booneville; Liberal Arts. • JOHN LAMAR 
MILLER, Hazlehurst; Engineering; Delta Psi. • JAMES OLIN MILLS, Spring- 
hill, La.; Pharmacy. • TROYE LLOYD MIMS, Greenwood; Liberal Arts. 

• BEN D. MITCHELL, Olive Branch; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • THOMAS 
LARKIN MIZE, Senatobia; Engineering. • JOHN M. MONCRIEF, JR., Tulsa, 
Okla.; Commerce; Lambda Chi Alpha. • ALBERT K. MONROE. Lawrence; 
Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: RICHARD A. MONTAGUE. Hattiesburg; Commerce; Beta Theta 
Pi. • CHARLES MORRIS MONTGOMERY, Payette; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• LARRY D. MOON, Clayton; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • CHARLES M. 
MOORE, Union; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • ELIZABETH BELL MOORE, Gulf- 
port; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • Hazel Batson Moore, Hattiesburg; 
Education. • HENRY NORFLEET MOORE, Oxford; Engineering; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • JOE W. MOORE, Lexington, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. 

• JOHN RICHARD MOORE. Indianola; Commerce; Delta Psi. 




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ABOVE: 

• First Row: LAVON MOORE, Carthage; Liberal Arts. • SAMUEL DANIEL MOORE, JR., Carthage; 
Liberal Arts. • LEONARD MERRITT MORELAND, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Theta Chi. • ALAN F. 
MORENO, Biloxi; Education. • WILLIAM OLIVER MORRIS, Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: LEWIS BOND MORROW. Hernando; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM 
OSWALD MOSS, Meridian; Education; Kappa Alpha. • JAMES O. MOYNIHAN, Laurel; Liberal 
Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • MARY CORNELIA MURPHREE, Shelby; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • ROGER 
SHERMAN MYERS, JR., Oxford; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. . . 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MARILYN NASON, Belzoni; Education; Chi Omega. • HAROLD BUFORD NEELY, 
Jackson; Pharmacy. • CHARLES D. NEILSON, Grenada; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • PURVIS EDWIN 
NELSON, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • GUY NEWCOMB, Blue Mountain; Pharmacy. • WALLACE D. 
NEWTON, JR., Marks; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • NORMA LEIGHTON NEYLAND, Brookhaven; 
Commerce. • JASON ADAMS NILES, Kosciusko; Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha. • HUGH JONES 
NOBLE, Anguilla; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Second Row: LAWRENCE EVERMAN NOBLE, JR., Grenada; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. 

• ELEANORA NORSWORTHY, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • NINA MAE NOSER, 
Vicksburg; Education. • PETE NUNNALLY. JR., Etta; Commerce. • HAZEL M. OAKES, Oxford; 
Liberal Arts. • O. MARVIN OATES, Bay Springs; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LAWRENCE 
CHARLES O'FERRALL, Natchez, Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • ARTHUR OKUM, Far Rockaway, N. v.; 
Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. • HUBERT BLY ORNDORFF. Jackson; Commerce. 

• Third Row: SARA ANN OSBORN, Jackson. Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS GREER OSWALT, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts. • KENNETH OZBORN, Union; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM MERLE PACE, luka; 
Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • HERMAN H. PARKER, JR., Hazlehurst; Engineering; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • EDWARD NORRIS PARRISH, Highland. Ind.; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • BRUCE B. 
PASS, Buford, Ga.; Commerce. • GEORGE DANIEL PATTERSON, Benoit; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• WILLIAM EDWIN PATTERSON, Anguilla; Commerce. 




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ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES DENTON PEARSON, Louisville; Liberal Arts. • STANLEY 
WALTER PACKHAM, Walnut Grove; Pharmacy. • JOSEPH D. PEEPLES, 
Jackson; Liberal Arts. • JEANNINE ROSALIE PELHAM. Pascagoula; Com- 
merce; Delta Zeta. • JEAN WILBURN PEMBLE. Shelby; Commerce; Phi Mu. 

• ANN LINK PENN, Tchula; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • GUY DEE PENNY, 
Piedmont, Ala.; Education. • ALBERT DASHIELL PERKINS, Birmingham. Ala.; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM M. PERRY. Tupelo; Commerce; 
Alpha Tau Omega 

• Second Row: GEORGE MARION PETERS. Baton Rouge, La.; Engineering. 

• FRANK LEWIS PEYTON. Raymond; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• VICTOR L. PHILIPPI, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• HERMON BILLY PHILLIPS, Osceola, Ark.; Commerce. • OMAR DENTON 
PHILLIPS. JR.. Grenada; Commerce. • CLARENCE A. PIERCE, JR., Vaiden; 
Liberal Arts. • GLENN O. PIERCE, Paris. Tenn.; Pharmacy. • MILFORD 
BRYAN PIERCE. Paris, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • VIRGINIA ANN PIGFORD, Meridian; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma, 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ROBERT THEODORE PIGOTT, McComb; Liberal Arts. • ALICE 

DOLORES PITTMAN, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • ANNE McLURE POINTER, 



Como; Liberal Arts • FRANK ABNER POLK, Hattiesburg; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi. • JACK L. POOLE. Gloster; Education. • MEREDITH POOLE, Union 
Church; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM H. POPE, Grand Junction, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts. • CLARENCE HASKELL POTTS, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • CAROLYN M PREWITT, Bolivar, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Delta. 



• Second Row: CAROL B. PRICE, Corinth; Commerce; Kappa Delta 

• RICHARD C. PRICE, Osyka; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • BETTY JANE PRICHARD, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • REBECCA PRICHARD, 
Lula; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • MARY LYNN PURSER, Jackson; Education; 
Chi Omega. • BILLIE HAROLD PUTNAM, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. 

• JAMES GERALD PUTNAM, Calhoun City; Engineering. • EARL MILTON 
QUINLEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 



• Third Row: JOHN DUGGER QUINLEY, Memphis. Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • JAMES LEO QUINN, Sturgis; Pharmacy. • GEORGE L. QUINNELLY, 
Laurel; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JAMES EDWARD QUINT. Biloxi; 
Pharmacy • TRACY RAINEY, McCool; Liberal Arts. • JOHN P. RANDOLPH, 
New Albany; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES STEPHENS RANKIN, JR., Jackson; 
Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PETER LEE RAPHAEL, Greenville; Liberal 
Arts. • JAMES WILLIAM REED, JR., Summit; Pharmacy. 








BOB ELLIS 

Delta Sigma Pi President 




ABOVE: 

• First Row: PATRICIA W. REILLY, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JACK 
LONGSTREET RHYMES, Macon; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT P. RICHARDSON, JR., 
Catchings; Liberal Arts. • JEAN CELESTE RIGBY, Shreveport, La.; Commerce; Chi Omega. • ROBERT 
LEE RILEY, Dorsey; Commerce. 

• Second Row: WALTER E. RILEY, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • JEFF W. RISH, Houston; Liberal Arts; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • THOMAS MARION RITCHIE, University; Liberal Arts. • McCARTY CHI- 
CHESTER ROBB, Cleveland; Commerce; Delta Psi. • MARGARET CATCHING ROBINSON, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: WARREN WILBER ROBINSON. JR.. Grenada; Commerce. • HALBERT THOMPSON 
ROGERS, JR., Amory; Engineering. • JOHN B. ROGERS, McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• JOHN HILLMAN ROGERS, Sylvarena; Liberal Arts. • RALPH ALAN ROLL, Amory; Commerce. 

• JOYCE ROSENBOROUGH, Senatobia; Education; Chi Omega • FLETCHER SAMUEL ROSEN- 
BAUM, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • CHARLES EDWARD ROWAN. Jackson; Com- 
merce; Kappa Alpha. • KENNETH BETHEL ROYSTER, Henderson. Ky. : Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: GEORGE M. RYAN. JR., Bay Springs; Liberal Arts. O JOE CHARLES SANDERS, 
Meridian; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM SMITH SARTOR, Hamilton; Liberal Arts. • MARIE 
T. SCARBOROUGH. Jackson; Liberal Arts. • PATY SCARBOROUGH, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • WESLEY 
C. SCARBOROUGH, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • EUGENE C. SCOBEY. Coffeeville; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi. • PATRICIA ANN SCOBEY, Lexington; Education; Chi Omega. • ANDREW SOULE SCOT. JR., 
Laurel; Commerce. 

• Third Row: VERNON FLOYD SCOTT, Louisville; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM IRVIN SCOTT, Oxford; 
Engineering. • CHARLES DAVID SCRUGGS, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT HARALSON 
SELBY, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM A. SELLERS, JR., Laurel; Commerce. 
WILLIAM FRANKLIN SELPH. JR., Laurel; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LAWRENCE SEMSKI. 
Biloxi; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JOHN H SHAMBURGER, Meridian; Engineering; Kappa Alpha 

• JUNE ANNE SHAUL. CcffeevMIe; Liberal Arts. 





THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: NORMAN EDWARD SHAW, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha; 

• LESTER ADAM SHIPLEY, Greenwood; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • ROSS 
LOVELACE SHIPMAN, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • DONALD G. 
SHIPP, Big Creek; Pharmacy. • MARGARET SHIPP, Benton; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta. • FLORENCE WARE SHOFNER. Winona; Liberal Arts. 

• MARY ALICE SHOURDS, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• DELMAR LEON SIMONS. JR.. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• HYMAN H. Simmons, Hazlehurst: Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 

• Second Row: JAMES SIMSON. Aberdeen; Education. • ROY WINFRED 
SIMPSON, Eudora, Ark.; Commerce. • MARCIA FAY SIMS, Lambert; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • OTIS SIMS. JR., Tylertown; Liberal Arts. 

• JAMES BUCKINGHAM SKEWES, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• BOYCE MURFF SKINNER, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM EDWARD 
SKINNER, Nesbitt; Pharmacy; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROBERT E. SLATER, 
Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BARBARA KAY SMITH, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: CECIL GILL SMITH, Fayette; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
CHARLES RODNEY SMITH. Ruleville; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. 



• DONALD WILLIAM SMITH, Hollandale; Liberal Arts. • ELIZABETH ANNE 
SMITH, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • JOHN DAY SMITH. Mendenhall; Commerce; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • KIRBY SMITH, Batesville. Ark.; Pharmacy: Sigma Nu. 

• LEEROY F. SMITH. Meridian; Education. • WILLIAM DORSETT SMITH, 
Poplarville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • HOWARD S. SMITHSON. Goodman; 
Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: JACK CLAYTON SPEED, Meridian; Commerce. • MARTHA 
ALLEN SPENCER. Tallulah, La.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM CALVIN 
SPENCER, Bogue Chitto; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT HARVEY ST. CLAIR, 
Pittsfield, Mass.; Liberal Arts. • CURTIS CLYDE STACY, Water Valley; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • ELVIN STAFFORD, Handsboro; Engineering; 
Kappa Sigma. • EMA JEAN STANDIFER, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 
HARVEY SAMUEL STANLEY, Greenville; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LEBRESKA 
STATEN, Greenwood; Commerce. 

• Third Row: JAMES TYSON STEELE. Shuqualak; Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha. 

• MATTHEW WEAVER STEELE. Morgan City; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. 

• FRED STEGALL, Pontotoc; Commerce. • BILLY W. STEPHENS, Oxford; 
Commerce. • FORREST MILNER STEVENS. Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Alpha. • MARY GLOVER STEVENS, Byhalia; Commerce. • PIERCE ALLEN 
STEVENS, Anguilla; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • HARRY JOHN STEWART, 
Memphis. Tenn.; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • WILLIAM ROY STEWART, New 
Albany; Commerce. 





RAY COPELAND 

Business Manager of the Mississippian 



Kahului, Maui, Hawaii; Commerce; Kappa Kappa Gama. • JAMES 
Liberal Arts. • MARIE HOWARD STOKES, Greenville; Education; 
Oxford; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • PRENTISS EUGENE STONE, 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JANIE STISHER, 
RICHARD STOKES, Charleston; 
Chi Omega. • JEAN STONE, 
Potts Camp; Education. 

• Second Row: JAMES BEEMAN STRANGE, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • BRYANT 
KENNETH STRICKLAND, Greenville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • HOWARD WILLIAM STRING- 
FELLOW, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • MARTHA SUMNERS, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • ABRIS CICO SYKES, Oxford; Education. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM EARL TABOR. JR.. McCool; Pharmacy. • RALPH G. TANNER, JR., Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Commerce. • WILLIAM HENRY TATE. Oxford; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • BETTY 
JANE TATUM, Cleveland; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • JAMES EDWARD TAYLOR, Jackson; 
Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • JERYL TAYLOR, Meridian; Liberal Arts, a LOIS C. TEAGUE, Mem- 
phis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • THOMAS HENRY THARP, Silver City; Education. 

• WILLIAM B. THEISMAN, JR., Grenada; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Second Row: JANIE EVANS THERRELL, Aberdeen; Education; Chi Omega. • CHARLES ARNOLD 
THOMAS, Picayune; Pharmacy. • CHARLES ERWIN THOMAS. Crystal Springs; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • LEE G. THOMAS, Vicksburg; Commerce. • NATALIE THOMPSON, Gulfport; Liberal 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • RAYMOND R. THOMPSON. Brookhaven, Commerce. • ROBERT 
CUNNINGHAM THOMPSON, Rolling Fork; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • THURMAN J. THOMPSON, 
Philadelphia; Pharmacy. • BOWMAN STIRLING TIGHE, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Row: CAMERON LEE TILL, Jackson; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • MARY ELIZABETH 
TOBIAS, Meridian; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • HAZEL RUTH TODD, Thaxton; Education. 
REGINALD H. TOLAR, JR., Yazoo City; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM JACKSON TOLER, 
Inverness; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES EARLE TRIABLE, Sledge; Commerce; Phi 
Kappa Psi. • ROBERT WILSON TRIBBLE, Sledge; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • ELIZABETH ANN 
TURLEY, Coldwater; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. ROBERT EMMON TYSON, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. 






THE JUNIOR CLASS 



ABOVE: 
O First Row: ROBERT W. TYSON, Jackson; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. 

• DANIEL LANDIS ULLMAN, Glenside. Penna.; Engineering • WALDO D. 
VANDEVENDER, Gholson; Pharmacy. • GEORGE HUDDLESTON VAN ZANT, 
Jackson; Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LOUIS OSCAR VAUSE, Charleston; 
Commerce; Sigma Nu. • EONE HOLMES VEAZEY, Senatobia; Education. 

• CHARLES VERNON, JR , Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
ROBERT E. VEST, McComb; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • JOHN PAUL VINER, 
Moorehead; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: THOMAS A. VINSON, Love; Commerce. • LOUIS LEE VISE, 
Lucedale; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ANNE VON SUTTER. Jackson; Liberal 
Arts. • SAMUEL LEWIS WALEY, Memphis. Tenn.; Engineering. • JAMES 
VANCE WAGGENER, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • FRANK 
W. WALDEN. Georgetown: Liberal Arts. • FRED HADEN WALKER. Gulfport; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GEORGE WATKINS WALTERS, Somer- 
ville, Tenn.; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon, • ERMINE L. WARREN, 
Magee; Pharmacy. 



BFIOW: 

• First Row FDWIN COULTER WARD. Shelby: Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha 

Epsilon. • JO M. WARD, Montrose; Education. • JACK W. WATSON, 



Louisville; Pharmacy. • JOHN ALBERT WATTS. Columbia; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • JOHN M. WATTS, Scooba; Pharmacy. • WILFORD ROBERT WEBB, 
Kilmichael; Education. • JACK WEIL, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. • HORACE 
MALCOLM WELLS, Mount Olive; Commerce. • JAMES HARVEY WELLS. 
Cotton Plant; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH EDWARD WENTZELL. Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • JOHN 
ROBERT WERNER. Rye, N. Y.; Liberal Arts; Beta Theta Pi. • HERMAN 
JACKSON WEST. Coffeeville; Education. • MARY LEIGH WESTON, Bay 
St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • JAMES STURGEON WHIT- 
AKER, Batesville; Education. • BEN C. WHITE. Decaturville. Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts. • LOUISE WHITE, Oxford; Commerce. • WILLIAM EARL WHITE, 
Como; Commerce. • MURRAY WILLIAM WICKER. Hickory Flat; Education. 

• Third Row: GLADYS HARRIS WICKS. Alligator; Liberal Arts. • BAILEY 
WILKINSON, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon • ANITA 
JOYCE WILLIAMS. Lumberton; Commerce. • BENN FRANCIS WILLIAMS. 
New York, N. Y.; Commerce. • CLYDE EUGENE WILLIAMS, Byhalia; Com- 
merce; Sigma Chi. • GRANVILLE HENDERSON WILLIAMS, Picayune; Com- 
merce; Kappa Sigma. • JESSE GIBSON WILLIAMS. Pine Bluff. Ark.; En- 
gineering Sigma Alpha Epsilon • JOHN E. WILLIAMS. Morgan City. 
Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon • ROY E WILLIAMS, Duranl; Commerce. 
Kappa Alpha. 





'One picture is worth a thousand words" — Ancient Chinese Droverb. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: VEOLA GENEIVEVE WILLIAMS, Pocahontas; Liberal Arts. • WAYNE CLAUDE WIL- 
LIAMS, Greenwood; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM GOULD WILLIAMS, E. Cleveland, 
O.; Liberal Arts. • LESTER CLYDE WILLIS, Edinburg; Liberal Arts. • ELSIE WILSFORD, Lula; 
Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • BARNETT F. WILSON. Onconta, Ala.; Education. • CREIGHTON 
L. WILSON, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • HIN LUCK WING. Jonestown; Pharmacy. • JAMES W. 
WISE, Mathison; Pharmacy. 



• Second Row: BOBBIE LOUISE WOLFE, Duncan; Education. • SAMUEL WEBB WOOD, Ackerman; 
Pharmacy. • HARRY H. WORK, New Albany; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • BARBARA WORTH- 
INGTON, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • L. C. WRIGHT, New Site; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM 
HUGH WROTEN, McComb; Pharmacy; Sigma Nu. • JESSE LEE YANCY, JR., Bruce; Commerce. 

• ROBBIE RAY YANCY, Bruce; Education. • JACK BROOKS YATES, Shelby; Commerce; Phi Delta 
Theta. 



• Third Row: CHARLES ALLEN YOUNG, Goodman; Commerce. • DAVID WILLIAM YOUNG, 
Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • DWIGHT L. YOUNG, Oxford; Commerce. • HARVEY 
ROSS YOUNG, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • LESTER WHITTEN YOUNG, Oxford; Commerce. 

• LOREN TICER YOUNG, Oxford: Engineering. • MARGARET LAVERNE ZDERAD. Memphis, 
Tenn ; Liberal Arts: Delta Gamma • LOUIS SEBASTIAN ZFHNDER. JR., Hattiesburq; Commerce; 
Phi Delta Theta. • HERBERT PAUL ZSCHOKKE, St. Paul, Minn.; Engineering. 






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Murder Bowl engagement, after his first defeat as a mentor . . . several people con- 
sider protesting Odom . . . the Bloody Bucket rests on top of ihe Coke machine in Law 
Building beside "Selected Cases on Torts" found in grill coffee . . . Barnev named 
to Associated Press All-American . . . Sigma Chi house is quarantined during meningi- 
tis scare — campus is noticeably improved . . . Elliott Lawrenco arrives for Opening 
Dances — much gold is lost by Dance Committee . . . Dr. M. K. Home tells Kosciusko 
Rotary club that cotton is still king and damned if it ain't ... a professor of patho- 
logy announces that his little thing — his supersonic oscillator — spins around at 1400 
times a minute . . . University of Chicago professor tells group of sociologists that 
young married couple may buy a car in 1949, have baby few years later . . . several 
young married couples thank him and do just that . . . Lenore Ulric is found in the 
grill coffee . . . time cut for Christmas — all is calm, all is bright . . . 

JANUARY, 1949 

Henry and Tiblier are crowned Miss Ole Miss and Colonel Rebel at annual Corona- 
tion Ball . . . Sam Ray, Bill McCord enter race to take over Ray Copeland's job as 
Mississippian money-counter . . . journalism frat announces that they, too, will try a 
hand at putting out a magazine . . . after first couple of publications, Rebel and Hi 
Y'all are unheard from . . . Mississippian headline: "Medical School admits 28 men" 
— do they have more? . . . Socialistic note: Student directory, publication of which 

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ABOVE: 

• First Row: ALBERT GEORGE ABIDE, Greenwood; Commerce. • CHARLES 
H ABRAHAM, Vicksburg; Commerce. • BETTY JEAN ABY, Vicksburq; Com- 
merce; Delta Zeta. • BETTY ADAMS. Macon; Commerce. • CLARENCE 
ORBREY ADAMS, Laurel; Education. • JOHN PAUL ADAMS, Jackson, Mich.; 
Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • ANN ADCOCK, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • EDYTHE RHEE ADCOCK, Birmingham, Ala.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. 

• DONALD WILLIAM AIKEN, Sardis; Commerce. 

• Second Row: JAMES H. AIKEN, Clarksdale; Engineering. • WILLIAM 
ALDRIDGE. Leland; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • BARBARA RUTH 
ALLEN, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES BRENHAM ALLEN, III, Rosedale 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM ALBERT ALLEN, Puckett; Commerce 
Alpha Tau Omega. • MARGIE JEAN ALSTON, Memphis, Tenn.; Education 
Kappa Delta. • GLEN ANSEL ANDERSON, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • CHARLES ANDREW ANDERSON, Crosby; Commerce. • FLOYD S. 
ANDERSON Inverness: Commerce; Delta Psi. 



BELOW 

• First Row JAMF*. THOMA'n ANDERSON. M.mph.t, Tenn . r»mm«.^, 
K*rr* Alpha • I OMAX ANDERSON. Port Gibson; Commerce; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • CHRISTINE ROBERTA ANDERSON, Port Gibson; Liberal Arts, 



Delta Delta Delta. • ROBEkT LEE ANDREAE, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. • FRANK RONAYNE ASHLEY, Rich; Commerce; Sigma Chi. 

• THOMAS LUSTER ASKEW, Edwards; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • THOMAS 
JOEL BACOT, JR., Cleveland; Commerce. • LEEVERNON BAILEY. Memphis. 
Tenn.; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • GERALDINE BEVERLY BAIRD. Holly 
Springs; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. 

• Second Row: FRANK BAIRD. Greenville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• RALPH ANTHONY BARBER, JR., Memphis.; Engineering; Sigma Chi. 

• JOHN HAYES BARDWELL. Yazoo City; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

• KENNETH ALFRED BARFIELD, Hampton, Ga.; Engineering. • BUDDY 
BARNER, Ruleville; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • JAMES T. BARNES, Tupelo; 
Commerce. • JEAN BARNES, Macon, Ga.; Education. • FRANCIS S. 
BARRETT, Saltillo; Liberal Arts. • BEN GREY BARRINGER, JR., Marks; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. 

• Third Row: DIANA LAURETT BEATON, Natchei; Liberal Arts; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. • JAMES THOMAS BENNETT. Hattiesburg; Commerce. 

• EUGENE H BENOIST. Natchei; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • JOHN F. 
BENOIST, Natchez; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta • CLARK D BISHOP, Drew; 
Unction • RAY I BIACK, Jennie, Ark ; Pharmacy. • VICTOR R RI.AINF. 
Darling; liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • MARY FRANCES BLANCHARD, 
Shelby; Commerce; Phi Mu • SUE l.YI.E BLOCK, Golfita, Costa Rica; Edu- 
cation; Delta Delta Delta. 



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ABOVE: 

• First Row: JOSEPH FILLMORE BOONE, Grenada; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM HARPER 
BOOTH. JR.. Hollandale; Pharmacy; Alpha Tau Omega. • SANTO JULIUS BORGANELLI, Shaw; En- 
gineering. • ANNE BOUDREAUX, Marks; Education. • CECIL CLAYTON BOUNDS, Calhoun City; 
Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: J. HOMER BOUTWELL, JR., Laurel; Pharmacy. • KATHRYN ANN BOWEN, Belden; 
Education. • SAM LAMB BOYLES, Batesville: Education • JOSEPH WILSON BRADLEY, Nashville; 
Pharmacy. • MARGARET BRADLEY, Grenada; Commerce; Delta Gamma. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM D. BRADLEY, JR., Inverness; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JAMES ER- 
NEST BRAMUCHI, Shelby; Engineering. • BETTY JEAN BRANDON, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • JACK 
T. BREAZEOL, El Dorado, Ark.; Pharmacy. • HAROLD DAVID BREWER. Richton; Pharmacy; Kappa 
Sigma. • J. WILLIAM BRONFIELD, New York, N. Y.; Liberal Arts. • BARBARA BROOCK, Pascagoula; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • MARTHA KATE BROUGHER, Sardis; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 

• PEGGY IRENE BROWN, Fulton; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Second Row: ROBERT EMMET BROWN, Holly Springs; Engineering. • RACHEL CAMILLE BRUM- 
FIELD, Magnolia; Education. • ERNEST BERNARD BUEHLER, Greenville; Commerce. • SUZETTE 
BUEHLER, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • BURCHFIELD BULLOCK, LaFollette, Tenn.; Pharmacy; 
Phi Kappa Sigma. • FLORENCE M. BURCHAM, Ronan. Mont.; Education. • ROGER LEWIS BURFORD. 
Independence; Commerce. • WILLIAM BURNHAM. Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CLINTON 
VARNER BUTLER, Oxford; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• Third Row: JOHN H. BUTLER, Dallas, Tex.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • FAY CADE, Port 
Gibson; Commerce. • ROBERT ANDERSON CADE, Lexington; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
THOMAS PATRICK CAFFEY, Duck Hill; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • HENRY PATTERSON CALD- 
WELL, Charleston; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES RAYMOND CALVERT. Meridian; Pharmacy. • 
ROBERT FRANCIS CAMPION, Philadelphia, Penna.; Commerce. • JOHN WILLIAM CARRIGAN, Jack- 
son; Commerce. • JEFFIE MAY CARTER, Money; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 



BOB MULLETT 

Inter-Fraternity Council President 







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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: CAMILLE CASHION, Eudora, Ark.; Education. • DONALD 
LAWRENCE CASKEY, Gregory, Mich.: Commerce. • JANE MARIE CAUGH- 
RAN. Tupelo; Commerce. • HILDA ESTHER CEREZO. Aguadilla. Porto Rico; 
Pharmacy. • JOHN ABNEY CHALK, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. 

• SAMUEL LOWELL CHESSER, Columbus; Engineering. • DONALD JOHNSON 
CHILDERS, Philadelphia, Penna.; Engineering. • ANNIE LOYS CHILDRESS, 
Satartia; Education; Phi Mu. • THOMAS THORNTON CHISOLM, Philadelphia; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

• Second Row: LEROY H. CLAY, Louisville; Pharmacy. • W. KELLY CLIFFORD, 
Boise, Idaho; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JOE COBY, Louisville; Commerce; 
Alpha Tau Omega. • ERNEST OLIVER COCHRAN. Corinth; Commerce; 
Beta Theta Pi. • JAMES ALEXANDER COFFEY, Oxford; Commerce. • BETTY 
MONTGOMERY COKER. Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • AMY JO 
COLE. Oxford; Liberal Arts. • JEFF L. COLE, Tupelo; Commerce; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • TENNIE COLEMAN. Indianola; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: BETTY JANE COLLINS, Jackson; Education; Phi Mu. • RAUL 
A. COLON, Barceloneta, Puerto Rico; Pharmacy. • BETTY CAROLYN COLOUITT, 



Forest; Education; Kappa Delta. • WILLIAM WESLEY COMBS, JR., Inverness; 
Liberal Arts. • VAN F. CONEY, Greenville; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. 
• EDWARD SHIRLEY COOK, Wiggins; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • UPTON 
COOK. Columbia; Pharmacy. • LAWRENCE C. CORBAN, JR., Biloxi; Com- 
merce; Sigma Chi. • WALTER THERREL COSTILOW, JR., Grenada; Commerce. 



• Second Row: LOYE JACKSON COSTNER, Banner; Pharmacy. • JAMES 
HARRIS COTTEN, Carthage; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM BRYAN 
COTTINGHAM, Winona; Pharmacy. • ALBERT A. COVINGTON, Meridian; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • ELIZABETH DEAN COVINGTON. Lyon; Commerce. 

• GEORGE WILLIAM COVINGTON. Canton; Engineering; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • CHESTER WILLIAM COX, Baldwin; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. 

• ROBERT IRVIN COX, Brandon; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • AL CRAW- 
FORD, Kingsport, Tenn.; Education. 



• Third Row: OTHAR ALINSON CRAWFORD, McComb; Education. • JEAN 
W. CRAWFORD, Decatur; Commerce. • BETTE CRAWLEY, Kosciusko; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gama. • NETTIE RUTH CROCKER, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts; 
Zeta Tau Alpha • ROGENIA ANN CROWSON. Water Valley; Commerce; 
Phi Mu. • J. D. CRUMP. Amory; Pharmacy. • ARTHUR CUNNINGHAM, 
West Point; Commerce, Sigma Nu. • ROBERTSON DAILEY, JR., Charleston; 
Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • HARRY LAUDER DAVIS, Brandon; Education. 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: ROBERT EATON DAVIS, Magnolia; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • FRED WILLIAM DAVIS, 
Laurel; Pharmacy. • JAMES McCLINTOCK DAY, Inverness; Pharmacy; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • LOUIS 
ARWOOD DAY, Walls; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • GARRETT STUART DEARMAN, New Augusta; 
Commerce. 

• Second Row: EUGENE DeBOW, Oxford; Pharmacy. • HERBERT L. DENTON. Tupelo; Commerce; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon • ANNE MARIE DESAIX, Memphis, Tenn; Liberal Arts • FAYE ELLEN DIGBY, 
Golden; Education. • MARY ALICE DILLMAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MARY JANE DIXON, Brownsville, Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. • DELBERT DECA- 
TUR DRIVER, Red Boiling Springs; Pharmacy. • GEORGE DUFF, Pontotoc; Commerce. • ANDY FOR- 
REST DUGGER, JR., Picayune; Liberal Arts. • ALBERT SUTTON DULIN, Greenwood; Commerce; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT HOLMES DUNLOP. Batesville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JAMES RUS- 
SELL DUPUY, Memphis, Tenn.; Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • GEORGE IRA EDMONDSON, Cal- 
houn City; Pharmacy. • ROBERT G. EDWARDS, Oxford; Commerce; Sigma Pi. 

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• Second Row: NICK GEORGE ELCHOLS, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • MARY B. ELMORE, State Line; 
Commerce. • JEANNE EMBRY, Laurel; Commerce; Kappa Delta. • JOE HALL EMERSON, Winnfield, 
La.; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • JOHN OLIVER EMMERICH, McComb; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • ROME H. EMMONS, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • ETHEL C. ESKRIDGE, Charleston; 
Education. • RICHARD ESKRIGGE, Greenville; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HANSFORD SYL- 
VESTER FAIRCHILD, Tupelo; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. ~~~"~™ 

• Third Row: WAYNE TATE FAIRCHILD, Tupelo; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • HENRY NOLEN 
FANCHER, Canton; Commerce; Kappa Alpha.. • MECHELLE MICKEY FARRIS, Vicksburg; Commerce. 

• PAUL B. FAULKNER, Pontotoc; Engineering. • PATRICIA RUTH FAYARD, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Delta. • JACK GORDON FERGUSON, Meridian; Pharmacy. • MARJORIE LEE FIELD, Natchez; 
Education. • DOROTHY H. FIELDS, Biloxi; Engineering; Delta Delta Delta. • DOROTHY ELLINOR 
FILES, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. 



ELEANOR KNEE 

President of Women's Athletic Association 






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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: WALTER FRANK FISHER, Winona; Commerce. • LESLIE REID 
FLETCHER, Indianola; Commerce; Delta Psi. • ROBERT JAMES FLETCHER, 
Elizabethton, Tenn.; Education. • HOWARD CURTIS FLOYD, Rienzi; Pharmacy. 

• JOHN F. FLY, Gibson, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • JAMES WATSON FOLLANSBEE, 
Pittsburgh. Penna.; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • ROBERT CHARLES FOLWELL. 
Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • JOSEPH P. FORD, Brownville; Liberal 
Arts. • WILLIAM BRUNER FORD, Jackson; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: William Lowry Fortenberry, Columbia; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. 

• ALLEN FOX. Lyon; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • CHARLES HENRY 
FULGHUM, Booneville; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • RICHARD THERON FURR, 
Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • LANELLE GUYTON GAFFORD, 
Gallaway, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Zeta Tau Alpha. • JEAN GALE, Pocahontas; 
Education; Delta Gamma. • JOHN DARRINGTON GANDY, JR.. Jackson; 
Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JOHN DONOVAN GAUTIER, Pascagoula; Com- 
merce; Kappa Alpha. • HARRIET SHIELDS GEISENBERGER, Natchez; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gamma. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ALTON KEITH GILBERT, San Francisco, Cal.; Engineering. 

• THOMAS JOSEPH GILL, Puckett; Pharmacy. • BEVERLY JEANNE GLENN, 



Stuttgart, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT J. GRADY. Willoughby, O.; En- 
gineering. JOHN TILDEN GRANTHAM, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • THOMAS CLARKE GRAVES. Memphis. Tenn.; Commerce; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM T. GRAVES, Hazlehurst; Engineering; 
Delta Psi. • CHARLES WILLIAM GREENE. Starkville; Pharmacy; Sigma Chi. 

• ERNEST HUFF 'GREEN, Simpsonville, S. C; Engineering. 

• Second Row: ELINOR ROY GREEN. Grenada; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • HARRIET ERLE GREEN, Franklinton, La.; Commerce; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • JAMES ROBERT GREENE, Starkville; Pharmacy. • PROBY LEE 
GRIFFIN, Quentin; Pharmacy. • JOE WESLEY GRIFFITH, Ackerman; Phar- 
macy; Beta Theta Pi. • POLLY HAGER, Nashville, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • ROBERT LAVELLE HALFORD, El Dorado. Ark.; Engineering. 
JOHN ALLEN HALL, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • FRANK 
J. HAMMOND. JR., Kreole; Commerce. 

• Third Row: JESSE BREWER HAMOND, JR., Kreole; Liberal Arts. • SUE 
HANEY, Oxford; Commerce; Delta Delta Delta. • BETTYE MARIE HANSEN. 
Amory; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • HENRY GRADY HARBERSON. 
Carriere; Commerce. • THERON DEWEY HARDEN, JR.. Amory; Commerce. 

• ALBERT HARDER, Linden ,Tenn. ; Pharmacy. • LLOYD HARDER, Linden, 
Tenn.; Pharmacy. • W. J. HARDY, Pascagoula; Pharmacy. • BOYD ELBERT 
HARPER. JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: EDWARD S. HANRAHAN, Parkersburg, W. Va. ; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • WIL- 
LIAM E. HERRELD, Canton; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • JAMES EARL HARRIS, Hattiesburg; Liberal 
Arts. • JOANNE HARRISON, Byhalia; Liberal Arts. • HENRY LEE HARWELL, Memphis, Tenn.; Com- 
merce. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM ELLIS HASTINGS, Duncan; Commerce. • ELLIOT A. HATCH, Vaiden; En- 
gineering. • ADELE RUTH HAYLES, Natchez; Liberal Arts. • JAY HOMER HEDGEPETH, Brookhaven; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JACK HEFFERNAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: ROBERT EDWARD HEMPHILL. Winona; Education; Phi Kappa Psi. • LESLIE B. HEN- 
DERSON, Preston; Liberal Arts. • HARRIS BRAND HENLEY, Hazlehurst; Commerce; Delta Psi. • 
BETTY JEHANE HERLIHY, Waveland; Education; Kappa Delta. • WILLIAM CHARLES HEROLD, Nat- 
chez; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • LEONARD C. HERRON, JR., Courtland; Commerce. • ROYAL 
HICKEY, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • FRANCES M. HILTON, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • IRA 
JAMES HINTON, JR., New Augusta; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM HAYES HINTON, Wigging; Pharmacy; Sigma Phi Epsilon • ROBERT HOW- 
ARD HODGE, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • BETTY JEAN HOLLER. Jackson; Commerce. • GLYN E. HOL- 
LINGSWORTH, Big Creek; Commerce. • VIRGINIA JOYCE HOLLI NGSWORTH, Kosciusko; Educa- 
tion; Phi Mu. • CAROLYN HOLMAN, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • PEGGY ANN HORN. 
Grenada; Commerce, • JOHN J. HOUSTON, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • WALKER 
HALE HOUSTON, Oxford; Commerce. 

• Third Row: ROBERT HENRY HUDSON. Aberdeen; Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha. • ROGER WALLACE 
HUDSON, Calhoun City; Liberal Arts. • CATHERINE MARZELLE HUGGINS, Ouitman; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Gamma. • JULIA ELIZABETH HUGHES, McGehee, Ark.; Commerce. • CHARLES DAVID HULL, 
JR., Yazoo City; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM H. HULSEY, New Albany; Commerce. 

• JOAN HUMPHREYS, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. • HARRY BURCHARD HUNGERFORD. 
Jonestown; Engineering. • CAMPBELL LEE HUNTER, Quitman; Commerce. 



BILLY WALTON 

President of ODK 






THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: MARGARET GERALDINE JACKSON, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Delta Delta. • W. L. JACOBS. Hazlehurst; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • CECIL 
G. JOHNSON, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts. • RUFUS C. JOHNSON, JR., 
Meridian; Commerce; Phi Kappa Psi. • WHITMAN B. JOHNSON, Clarksdale; 
Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • EDWARD HOMER JOINER, Lookout Moun- 
tain, Tenn.; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • BETTY LIL JONES, Union City, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • BOBBY GENE JONES, Hollandale; Commerce; 
Sigma Chi. • CHARLEY MAC JONES. Hollandale; Commerce; Sigma Chi. 

• Second Row: LIDIE MAGRUDER JONES, Byhalia; Liberal Arts; Delta Gamma. 

• ROBERT EDMUNDSON JONES, Brookhaven; Commerce; Sigma Nu. AN- 
DREW A. JUMPER, Darling; Commerce. • HELEN JOYCE KARR, Earle, Ark.; 
Education; Delta Gamma. • WILLIAM KATZ. JR., Far Rockaway, N. Y.; 
Liberal Arts. • CONNIE GAYSER, Richton; Phi Mu. • THOMAS EDWARD 
KEELING. Shelbyville, Tenn.; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Sigma. • WALLACE 
PIERCE KEEN, Mendenhall; Liberal Arts. • RAYMOND LESTER KELLUM. 
Tupelo; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JOHN KENNETH KIMBALL, Greenwood; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. • JAMES C. KINCANNON, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma 



Alpha Epsilon. • GEOFFREY B. KING, Savannah, Ga.; Liberal Arts. • PREN- 
TICE FULTON KLINKE, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • OTHO 
THOMAS KORTZ, Chicago, III.; Education. • BETTY ANN KRAMER, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • ALBIN JOSEPH KREBS, Pasca- 
goula; Liberal Arts. • ALEXANDER JOHN KULJIS, Biloxi; Pharmacy. • MAU- 
RICE U. LABENS, Clarksdale; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi.. 

• Second Row: HARDY L. LACOOK, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • ROBERT 
E. LAMBERT. Belmont; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM RICHARD LAMOND, 
Natchez; Liberal Arts. • ALFRED BAEHRENS LANG, Paw Paw, Mich.; 
Engineering; Sigma Nu. • CHARLES EVANS LANE, Jayess; Pharmacy. 

• THOMAS HOWARD LANE, Meridian; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • FRANCES 
VIRGINIA LATHAM, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • EDWARD EARL 
LAWLER, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • THOMAS LEWIS 
LAWLEY, Gultport; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: JOE THOMAS LEE, Merigold; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • VIR- 
GINIA FONTAINE LEE, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• CHARLES PARKS LEGGETT, Blytheville, Ark.; Engineering. • RICHARD 
ALVIN LENOIR, Bude; Commerce. • THELMA JUNE LENZ, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • LIONEL ELMO LESTER, Yazoo City; Engineering. 

• JOHN WILLIAM LEWIS, Crystal Springs; Commerce. • MARTHA FAYE 
LEWIS, Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • OLIVIA LEWIS, Oxford; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. 




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ABOVE: 

• First Row: EUGENIA DUDLEY LEVANGER. Chicago, III.; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • LINDA RUTH 
LINDLEY, Macon; Education; Delta Gamma. • BILLIE JEAN LITTLE, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Mu. • ROBERT ASHFORD LITTLE, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • AUGUSTUS ALPHONSE 
LOGUE, Clinton; Pharmacy. . 

• Second Row: WILLIAM ALEXANDER LONG, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • EDMUND 
P. LOWE, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • RICHARD WYCHE LOWE, Westfield, N. J.; Engineering. • WIL- 
LIAM LACEY LOWE, Glendora; Commerce; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ELIZABETH LUCKETT, Jackson; 
Education; Chi Omega. . 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ANN LOUISE LUM. Natchez; Commerce; Chi Omega. • JOE R. McCAUGHAN, Clarks- 
dale; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • SUDIE ANNE McCOOL, Jackson; Education. • GLENN ED- 
WARD McCOY, Baltzer; Commerce. • GLENN LONG McCULLOUGH, Tupelo; Liberal Arts. • ALVIE 
C. McCULLY, Plantersville; Liberal Arts. • MARY LOUISE McDANIEL, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; 
Chi Omega. • MAVIS RAY McDANIEL, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • ANNA WESTON 
McDONALD, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: HUGHES McELREATH, Oxford; Education. • HEWLETT FARLEY McELROY, Natchez; 
Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • MARY FRANCES McGAHA, Huntsville, Ala.; Education. • GORTH 
OLIVER McGAHEY, Calhoun City; Engineering. • GLADYS EARL McGAUGHY, Tupelo; Education. • 
CHARLES CARROLL McGILL, Lewisville, Ark.; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • GORDON SPENCER Mc- 
HENRY, McHenry; Liberal Arts. • JAMES MAURY MclNTOSH, Flint, Mich.; Education; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • EDWARD FERRILL McKEE, Picayune; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. 

• Third Row: J. D. McKENZIE. Hattiesburg; Pharmacy. • WILLIAM THOMAS McKINNEY, JR., An- 
guilla; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • WINFORD LEWIS McLARTY, Oxford; Commerce. • MAR- 
GARET JOAN McLELLAN, Columbia; Liberal Arts. • JACKIE McLEMORE, Meridian; Commerce; 
Kappa Alpha. • JAMES HOLLIS McMANUS, JR., Gulfport; Engineering. • RUTHIE L. McREE, 
Eupora; Education; Kappa Delta. • JIMMIE MANNING, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • BET- 
TIE LEE MARABLE Tupelo; Education. . 



Jimmy Stribling, ROTC Regimental Commander, 
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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: HOWARD NEAL MARTIN, Dickson; Liberal Arts. • JIM H. 
MATTHEWS, Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • JEAN MAULDIN, 
Waynesboro; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • HARVEY JEROME MELTZER, 
Jackson; Pharmacy. • PATRICIA JEAN MELVIN, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • PEGGY 
JOYCE MELVIN, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • LEWIS CARROLL MILES. Suffolk, 
Va.; Education. • COYNE CONNELL MILLER, Natchez; Commerce; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. • JACK HIGHTOWER MILLIKIN. Delhi, La.; Pharmacy. 

• Second Row: NONA MARIE MILLS, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • R. L. MILNER. 
JR., Ethel; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • CAROLE ANNE MIXSON, Hat- 
tiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • PEGGY YVONNE MIZELL, 
Natchez; Commerce; Delta Zeta. • CLINTON MONTZ, Jackson; Commerce. 

• BEN CAMERON MOORE. Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• EARL A. MOORE, JR., Duck Hill; Commerce. • JAMES THOMAS 
MORGAN, Marion; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • DONALD CHARLES MUNRO, 
Biloxi; Commerce. . 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MAX ROWLAND MURPHY, Hope, Ark.; Engineering. • JULIA 
McLEOD MURRAY, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Chi Omega. • THERESA 



MURRY. Macon; Education. • ED TYE NEILSON, JR., Lexington; Liberal 
Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HAL E. NICHOLS, Helena, Ark.; Commerce; 
Kappa Sigma. • GRADON ABBIE NOBLES, Whitehaven, Tenn.; Engineering. 

• EVERETT WARD NOLEN, Jackson; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • EDWARD 
NUNNERY. Greenwood; Liberal Arts • MYRLEEN OAKES, Oxford; Liberal 
Arts. 

• Second Row: THERESA ANN ODOM, Cleveland; Education. • WILLIAM 
FRANCIS O'DONNELL, Nashville, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • JAMES EDWIN OGLE- 
TREE, Union; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • MORTON ORNSTEIN, Greenwood; 
Pharmacy. • JUDY ORR. Aberdeen; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • TOMMY 
ORR, Paducah, Ky.; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. • PATRICIA PACK, Hattiesburg; 
Education. • JOE CLYDE PARKS, New Albany; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• HERRON ARMSTRONG PARRISH, Oakland; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: JOHN MELVIN PATTERSON, Nettleton; Liberal Arts. • WORD 
B. PATTON, Como; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT HENRY PEEBLES, 
Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • JOHN THOMSON PEGUES, Green- 
wood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • BILLIE MARGARET PHILLIPS, Natchez; 
Liberal Arts. • RICHARD N. PLETCHER, Berwyn, III.; Pharmacy. • JOHN 
ELLIE POWELL, Vardaman; Liberal Arts. • PEGGY POYTHRESS, Laurel; 
Liberal Arts. • JOHN WILLIAM PRADOS, Spring Hill, Tenn.; Engineering; 
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ABOVE: 

• First Row: BARBARA ANN PRICE, Shelby; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • GUS ANGELO PRIMOS, 
Jackson; Commerce, Kappa Alpha. • WILLIAM HOWARD PRITCHARTT, Natchez; Engineering; Beta 
Theta Pi. • MARY JANE PROWELL, Lyon; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • PAULINE BURR QUAKE- 
MEYER, Gieenwood; Education. 

• Second Row: JO RUTH RAGAN, Edwards; Education. • WILLIAM SADLER RAGSDALE, Holly 
Springs; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • ELIZABETH RAY, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • HUGH E. 
RAY, III, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • IRA CLAY RAYNER, JR., Merigold; Commerce; Sigma Chi. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: HENRY REDMOND, Canton; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • ROY JAMES REED, Manches- 
ter, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • R. B. REEVES, McComb; Commerce; Sigma Nu. • JACK H. REID, Lucedale; 
Liberal Arts. • FRANK ALLISON REYNOLDS, McComb; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • FISHER AMSE 
RHYMES, Macon; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • HERBERT LENT RICE, Webb; Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha. • JOE ANTON RICHARD, Tupelo; Pharmacy. • JIMMY LEE RICHMOND, Lake Cormorant; 
Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: CHARLES FOSTER RIDDELL, Canron; Educalion. • LEON EDWARD RILEY, Tupelo; 
Commerce. • JACK LAWRENCE RITTER, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JACKSON DARE RIV- 
ERS, Marks; Commerce; Sigma Chi. C ALBERT LEE ROBBINS, JR., Jackson, Tenn.; Engineering. • 
JOHN PATRICK ROBERTS Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. 6 SUE CARLTON ROGERS, Vicks- 
burg; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • VAN KINCANNON ROGERS, Tupelo; Commerce; Delta 
Kappa Epsilon. • ROBERT ROLLIN ROPER, Columbia; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: HOWARD CALVIN ROSS, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
LEONARD DEXTER ROSSER, Belmont; Commerce. • F. HERRON ROWLAND, Oxford; Commerce; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • CHARLES WAYNE RUNNELS, Magee; Liberal Arts. • RICHARD EUGENE 
RUSSUM, Flora; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JEAN FRANCES SAIN, Holly Grove, Ark.; Education. • 
WILLIAM SALLEY, Kingsport; Education. • LEHMAN CLARK SAMMONS, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • EDWARD E. SANDERS, Sardis; Education; Pi Kappa Alpha. 




JOHN ROGERS 

President of Inter-Fraternity Dance Committee 





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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES DONALD SANDERS, Memphis, Term.; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi. • JAMES WILLIAM SAUL, Laurel; Engineering. • JAMES ROBERT 
SAVAGE, West Point; Pharmacy. • JANE INGRAHAM SAVAGE, Gulfport; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • BEN BARNES SAYLE, Greenville; Liberal 
Arts. • GRIFFIN E. SCARBOROUGH, Wendell, N. C; Commerce; Sigma 
Chi. • ELLIOTT EUGENE SCHLOTTMAN, JR., Vicksburg; Commerce. • ROB- 
ERT EUGENE SCRIBNER. Tupelo, Commerce. • OREN RONALD SEGREST, 
Port Gibson; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. 

• Second Row: ANTHONY N. SEKUL, Biloxi; Pharmacy. • EDWIN CHESTER 
SELLERS, Dyersburg, Tenn.; Commerce. • EUSTACE R. SEMMES, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • PREASE HERBERT SESSUMS. 
Lena; Liberal Arts. • MAYNARD DEVOTIE SHAW, Oxford; Engineering. 

• THURSTON HADLEY SHERMAN, Birmingham, Ala.; Engineering; Phi Kappa 
Psi. • KYLE WILLIAM SHIPLEY, Kingsport, Tenn.; Education. • LEE B. 
SHIPLEY, Canton; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi • OLIVER ELMO SHIPP, Belzoni; 
Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JACK LEWIS SHORT, Harrisburg, Penna.; Commerce. • PATRI- 
CIA ANN SHORT, El Dorado, Ark.; Commerce. • JUANITA MAY SIMMONS, 



Jackson; Commerce. • ALTON W. SIMS, Little Rock; Commerce. • RICHARD 
ALAN SINGLEY, Greenfield, Mass.; Commerce. • ALLISTON SLADE, Oxford; 
Liberal Arts. • ELAINE LUSK SLADE, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • DAVID SHEPARD 
SMITH, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts. • DONALD PHILIP SMITH, Milton, Penna.; 
Education. 

• Second Row: FAULK ORVILLE SMITH. Leakesville; Pharmacy. • JACK COOP- 
ER SMITH, Pascagoula; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • JEANNE ELEANOR 
SMITH, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • PATRICK J. SMITH, 
Biloxi; Education. • RICHARD TAYLOR SMITH, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • MARY KATHERINE SPARKMAN, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • 
CHARLES EARL SPEED. Columbia; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • ROBERT BRUCE 
STANLEY, Tupelo; Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • JACK EDWARDS STAPLES, 
Birmingham, Ala.; Pharmacy; Kappa Sigma. 

© Third Row: CHARLIt C. STARNES, Memphis. Tenn.; Commerce. • SYLVIA 
CAMPBELL ST. CLAIR, Portland. Me.; Liberal Arts. • GLORIA LOUISE STEAD- 
MAN, Gunnison; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • ALFRED STEPHENS. Oxford; Liberal 
Arts. • JOHN DAY STEWART, Greenwood; Engineering. • JOSEPH EARLY 
STOKES, Grenada; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • HENRY DECK STONE, Lam- 
bert; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • VAN DORN STONE, JR., Lambert; Lib- 
eral Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • HENRY LEVINGSTON STOWERS, Kilmichael; 
Pharmacy. 




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MONTIE BARRINSER 

Mortar Board President 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: BILL STRIBLING, Buchanan, Ga.; Education. • EDWARD LEO SULLIVAN, Goshen, Ind.; 
Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. • PEGGY LOUISE SWANGO, Como; Commerce; Delta Gamma. • 
LILLIAN ELIZABETH SWEAT, Corinth; Commerce; Chi Omega. • VIVIEN DORSEY SWEAT, Corinth; 
Commerce; Chi Omega. 

• Second Row: ALVIN LEO SYLVEST, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Sigma Phi Epsilon. • FRED P. TAL- 
MADGE, Monroe, N. Y.; Commerce. • LILLIAN LAWLEY TANKERSLEY. Oxford; Education; Delta 
Gamma. • RICHARD CLYDE TAPP, Guntown; Pharmacy. • BOBBIE RAMONA TAYLOR, Holly Springs; 
Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MURPHY LOWELL TAYLOR, Meridian; Commerce. • KENN SNEED TERRY, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • JAMES EVERETT THOMAS, Memphis, Tenn. Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • ROBERT RICHARD THOMASON, Russellville, Tenn.; Pharmacy. O HERBERT H. THOMPSON, 
Hollandale; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • LANNESE MURIEL THOMPSON, Areola; Commerce. • 
BETSY LOUISE TIBLIER, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • MARIAN B. TIBLIER, Biloxi; Edu- 
cation; Phi Mu. • EDGAR JOHN TIMMONS, Cambridge, Md.; Engineering. 

• Second Row: RAYMOND EDWARD TIPTON, Lucedale; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau Omega. • VERNON 
J. TIREY. Vicksburg; Commerce. • GLENN AMES TOMLINSON, Gulfport; Commerce. • ARISTIDE 
EARL TON, Gulfport; Education; Sigma Chi. • HENRY G. TORJUSEN. Pascagoula; Engineering; Alpha 
Tau Omega. • OSCAR B. TURNBOW, JR., Hazel, Ky.; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • MERRICK LOUISE 
TURPIN, Greenwood; Education. • SHIRLEY C. UTH, Oxford; Education. • HERMAN VALENTIN- 
ESTEVES, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico; Pharmacy. 

• Third Row: WILBUR HERRICK VAN RIPER, JR., River Forest, III.; Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega. • 
JOHN THOMAS VENOSKI, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Education. • BILLY W. VICK, Batesville; Engineering. • 
ROBERT L. VICK, Courtland; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES FREDERICK VIELBIG, Kansas City, Mo.; Com- 
merce. O WAYNE VOWELL, Lambert; Pharmacy. • BLAKE WADSWORTH, Natchez; Commerce. • 
HENRY ALBERT WALKER, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • JAMES E. WALKER, Waynesboro; Engineering. 








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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS 






BELOW: 

• First Row: JOHN B. WALKER, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • BAR- 
BARA JEAN WALLACE, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Delta. • SARAH 
L. WALLACE, Savannah, Tenn.; Pharmacy. • JOY MAXIE WALTERS, Rayville, 
La.; Pharmacy. • CINDY WALTON. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta • 
WILLIAM WARDE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
MARY FRANCES WARING, Vicksburg; Education; Chi Omega. • BARBARA 
JOAN WARLEY. Columbia; Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • LIDA JANE WASSON 
Conway, Ark.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



• Second Row: ANNA KNOWLES WATKINS, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • ELIZABETH LOIS WATKINS, Ripley, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • 
THADDEUS EARL WATKINS, Philadelphia; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 



HARLAND CLIFFORD WATTS. Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • SARA WEB- 
STER, Oxford; Commerce; Delta Delta Delta. • SAXTON ANGERINE WEIR, 
JR , Grenada; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM VERO WESTBROOK. Jackson; Com- 
merce; Kappa Sigma. • CURTIS N. WHITE, Holly Springs; Engineering; Theta 
Xi. • ELLA NEVILLE WHITE, McComb; Education; Delta Delta Delta. 



• Third Row: JAMES WILLIAM WHITE, Amory; Engineering. • RICHARD RA- 
LEIGH WHITE, Santa Monica, Cal. : Liberal Arts. • ROBERT MINOR WHITTEN, 
JR., Oxford; Commerce. • HUNTER B. WHITESELL, Fulton, Ky.; Liberal Arts; 
Delta Kappa Epsilon. • WILLIAM WALTER WICKER, Winborn; Liberal Arts. • 
BUFORD HAYES WILKERSON, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • MILES R. WILKERSON, 
Amory; Engineering. • JAMES CLIMENT WILKINS, Columbia La.; Liberal 
Arts. • PETER WILLEMOES, Wiggins; Commerce. 





. while the frosh paraded around in their evening clothas. 



WILLIAM LONG 

President of Phi Eta Sigma 



BELOW: 

• Firs; Row: CAROLYN WILLIAMS. Waynesboro; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • CHARLES REISE 
WILLIAMS, Blue Springs; Liberal Arts. • GENE CLIFTON WILLIAMS, Pontotoc; Commerce. • KATH- 
ERINE ELLEINE WILLIAMS, Okolona; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • ONYS ODELL WILLIAMS, 
Gloster; Commerce. • PATRICIA RUTH WILLIAMS, Tylertown; Education; Delta Delta Delta. • 
RICHARD VICK WILLIAMS, Byhalia; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • WALTON S. WILLIAMS, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce. • OWEN KNOX WILLIAMSON, Vicksburg; Commerce. 



• Second Row: GORDON LEE WILLS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • JAMES CARL WILSON, Aber- 
deen; Engineering. « SIMON PETER WILSON, Wiggins; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JOHN ROBERT 
WING, Liberty; Liberal Arts. • BILL WINN, Laurel; Engineering. • QUINCY LOUISE WINSTON, 
Houston, Tex.; Liberal Arts. • JACK KAVANAUGH WOLVERTON, Sebastopol; Pharmacy. • EDWARD 
T. WOMBLE, Charleston; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • NANCY TEMPLE WOOD. Tupelo; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



• Third Row: JOSEPH E. WOODWARD, Oxford; Commerce. • KATHERINE WRIGHT, Pascagoula; 
Liberal Arts. O PATSY LA TRELLE WRIGHT, Hollandale; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM GREENLEE 
WRIGHT, JR., Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts. • TALBERT THOMAS YEAGER, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Phi 
Delta Theto. • ESTHER B. YERGER, C!ark<dale; Liberal Arts. • SIDNEY DAWSON YORK, Jackson; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsiion. e FRED WILEY YOUNG, Yazoo City; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. 

• BETTY YOUREE, Port Gibson; Education. 





THE OLE MISS JOURNAL 



was taken over by Registrar's office in efficiency move, comes out only four months 
after school starts . . . Virginius Dabney says the Dixiecrats are being given a bad 
name . . . Trumanite law school students say its about time . . . University Players put 
on "John Loves Mary," farce in which overacting works . . . ammonia fumes in cafe- 
teria refrigeration system leak out and play hell with the ico water . . . home oc 
teacher suggests censorship of comic books, retaining of those only that are "real, 
real fun" . . . weather and lack of materials slow down construction work around new 
dorms — work scheduled for completion in 1962 ... a coffee ground is found in ihe 
gril! coffee, debunking rumors . . . 

FEBRUARY, 1949 
Dr. Mildred I. Morgan, marriage expert, arrives on campus to lecture — says dating is 
a new development . . . excitement on campus: cafeteria announces drops in food 
prices on few items , . . more excitement: archaeology frat conducts membership 
drive . . . cafeteria installs suggestion box — with mischievious gleams in iheir eyes, 
students write furiously on scraps of paper and drop them in . . . still more excitement: 
a University chess club is organized . . . reports have it that coeds are seen standing 
on their heads around the campus — when questioned, they reply that things look 
better to them that way ... a coed is found in the grill coffee — she was not standing 

on her head . . . 

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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: BETTY JANE ABRAHAM. Vicksburg; Commerce. • RICHARD 
FRANK ACKERMAN, Watertown, Wis.; Education. • JAMES L. ADAMS, Vicks- 
burg; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • CARNIG AJAMIAN, New York, N Y.; 
Commerce. • MONTE EDGAR ALEXANDER, Morton; Education. • CAROLYN 
THERESA ALFORD, Hazlehurst; Education; Kappa Delta. • FLAVIUS ALFORD, 
Houston; Education. • ROBERT LEWIS AMMONS, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa 
Sigma. © THEODORE W. AMMON, Natchez; Commerce; Sigma Nu. 

• Second Row: JOSEPH FLYNT ARMSTRONG, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Beta 
Theta Pi. • THOMAS KERR ARMSTRONG. Natchez; Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • MYRON LAMAR ARRINGTON, Hazlehurst; Liberal Arts; Delta Psi. • 
JAMES CARLYLE ASHLEY, Rich; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JOHN RAYMOND 
ASHMAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • HUGENE BABB, Paris; Pharmacy. • 
LEAVITT HORATIO BAILEY, Columbus; Commerce. • ALVIS WARD BAKER, 
Pontotoc; Pharmacy. • JAMES LEWIS BALL, Anson, Tex.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MACK HARMON BALL, Eudora, Ark.; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 

• BARBARA NELL BANAHAN, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. • MARY B. 
BARIA, Itta Bena; Commerce. • JAMES HARRY BARKLEY, Belzoni; Liberal 



Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • BARBARA JEAN BARNES, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. 

• MILTON RICHARD BARNHILL. Charleston; Engineering; Kappa Sigma. • 
ROBERT EUGENE BARRETT, Aberdeen; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • THOMAS 
MERRITT BARRY, Benoit; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • DAVID BARTON, Lucien; 
Engineering. 

• Second Row: JOHN EDWARD BAT, Cicero, III.; Liberal Arts. • EDWIN A. 
BATTE, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • THOMAS HENRY BEACHAM, 
Carthage; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • MAX G. BEAVER, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts. • JEAN DOROTHA BECK, Waynesboro; Education; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • WILLIAM SUMMERS BECK, Little Rock, Ark.; Commerce. • WIL- 
LIAM DALE BELL, Gunnison; Commerce. • VINCENT F. BELLIPANI, JR., Cen- 
treville; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • BILLY EUGENE BERRY, Braxton; Com- 
merce; Alpha Tau Omega. 

• Third Row: JAMES SPICER BERRY, Clinton, Ky.; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa 
Epsilon. • JOHN DOUGLAS BETHAY, Fulton; Pharmacy. • JAMES DAVID 
BIGGERS, Corinth; Liberal Arts. • HOWARD MABRIE BISHOP, Oxford; Com- 
merce; Kappa Sigma. • STIG JOHAN BJORHEIM, New York, N. Y.; Engineer- 
ing; Beta Theta Pi. • WILMER LLOYD BLACKMON, Crystal Springs; Com- 
merce; Sigma Nu. • DONALD SCHAEFER BOURDEAUX, Glencoe. III.; Com- 
merce. • DOROTHY ADRIENNE BOURGIOIS, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Chi 
Omega. • LORRAINE EUGENE BOWERS, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. 








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the University Band. . 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: INEZ COUCH BOWIE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • JIMMY MOORE BOWMAN, 
Amory; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • ARNOLD LAVERNE BOYKIN, Indianola; Education. • BRUCE 
BYRON BRADLEY, Laurel; Education. • EDWARD EUGENE BRANDENBURG, Memphis, Tenn.; Com- 
merce. 

• Second Row: FRITZ ERNEST BRASFIELD, JR., Edwards; Liberal Arts. © MALCOLM HAROLD BREA- 
ZEALE, Parchman; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • SAMUEL BRITTON, West Monroe, La.; Pharmacy. • 
GERALD MELDON BROPHY, Hattiesburg; Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • GIDEON LEO BROWN, 
Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: IVA ELIZABETH BROWN, Greenwood; Education. • MARION HAVARD BROWN, Luce- 
dale; Liberal Arts. • JAMES BUELL BRYANT, New Albany; Liberal Arts. • KIRBY KNAPP BRYANT, 
Oxford; Liberal Arts. • JANET VERA BUFORD, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • CEYA 
BLANCHE BUNTIN, Gulfport; Education; Delta Gamma. • BOBBY CHARLES BURKLEY. Grenada; 
Commerce; Phi Delta Theta. • WILLIAM GUY BURKS, Blytheville, Ark. : Commerce. • JOHN BALL 
BURNETT. Charleston; Commerce; Sigma Nu. . 

Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • MILDRED VTR- 
WILLIAM ALLISON BUSBY, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Pi 



• Second Row: CHESTER KING BURNHAM, 
GINIA BURRUS, Merigold; Liberal Arts. 



Kappa Alpha. 



URSULA MARGARET BYRD, Biloxi; Commerce. • HENRY CECIL CALDWELL, JR. 



Walnut Grove; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
Sigma Chi. • LINDY THOMAS CALLAHAN, 



NORRIS VANVLEET CALDWELL, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; 
Meridian; Education; Kappa Alpha. • BETTY JOYCE 



CAMPBELL, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • BLAND HAYDEN CAMPBELL, Jackson; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: CHARLES ROGERS CAMPBELL, Dallas, Texas.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
FRANK OWEN CARLISLE, JR., Tupelo; Engineering; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • ROBERT GARLAND 
CARNES, Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • WALKER JEAN CARNEY. JR., Gloster; Commerce; 
Pi Kappa Alpha. • RICHARD LEWIS CARRINGTON, Collierville, Tenn.; Education; Sigma Chi. • 
JOHN HARDIN CARROLL, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • F. JULIAN CARROLL, JR., Jackson; 
Engineering; Kappa Alpha. • BETTY ANN CARTER, Vicksburg; Commerce; Zeta Tau Alpha. • WALTER 
ROBERT CASANOVA, University; Liberal Arts. 










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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: JAMES ELLIOT CASTLE, Greenwood; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • 
ROBERT LYNWOOD CAVE JR., Washington, 0. C; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. 

• WILVA MARIE CEARLEY, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM ALMON CHAD- 
WICK. Carthage; Liberal Arts. • FARISH N. CHAIN, Mount Olive; Engineer- 
ing. • BOYD GRAY CHAMPION. Kosciusko; Liberal Arts. • RAYMOND Mc- 
CALL CHASE, Hingham, Mass.; Commerce. • JIMMY L. CHILDERS, Mem- 
phis. Tenn.; Engineering. • CARROLL VIRGINIA CHRISTOPHER, Nashville, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

• Second Row: JANE CAROLYN CLELAND, Sardis; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM 
B. CLEMMONS, Jackson, Tenn.; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ADA 
COHEN, Grenada; Commerce. • JOE EDWIN COLEMAN, New Albany; Phar- 
macy. • VIRGINIA ANN COLLIER, Corinth; Liberal Arts; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. • NORMA JEAN COLLINS, Pass Christian; Commerce. • RICHARD 
FORREST COLLINS, Biloxi; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES L. COSTNER, Banner; 
Engineering. • IRA LAING COUCH, Omaha, Neb.; Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. 

BELOW: 

• First Row: J. STEWART COVINGTON, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. 

• CHARLOTTE ANN COWARD, Columbia; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • 
ESTHER ELIZABETH COX, Oxford; Commerce; Kappa Delta. • SARA BETTY 



CRIGGER, Munford, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • THOMAS WILLIAM 
CROCKETT. JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. » HARRY DANCIGER, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • MAURICE J. DANTIN, Columbia; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. • JAMES EDWIN DARNELL, Columbus; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • JUSTIN JOSEPH DAVID, Woodville; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: WILLIAM RAY DAVIS, Little Rock, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • 
RALPH EASTON DAVISON. Biloxi; Engineering. 6 ARTHUR EDWIN DEAN, 
Agricola; Liberal Arts. • HARRIET ELIZABETH DENHAM, Hernando; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • SHIRLEY MOSELEY DENKLER, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Liberal Arts • WILLIAM ALLEN DENKLER. Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • 
LUCY DeSPAIN, Winona; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • VIRGILE CLEMENCE 
DICK, Bay St. Louis; Liberal Arts. • ROY S. DICKERSON, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Pharmacy. 

• Third Row: JAMES DOYE DICKEY, Laurel; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
ROBERT ELLIS DICKINSON, JR., Clarksdale; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • 
JACK ALBERT DOLL, East Moline, III.; Commerce. • JAMES WARD DON- 
NELL, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. • JULIE DOUGLAS, Memphis, Tenn.; Lib- 
eral Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha • DOUG WILLIAM DUBUISSON, Pascagoula; Com- 
merce. • LEE S. DUDDLESTON, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Delta Kappa Epsilon. • 
EDWARD MICHAEL DUNN, Picayune; Engineering; Sigma Chi. • JASPER MAR- 
SHALL DYE, Greenwood; Commerce. 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: VIRGINIA ANN ECHOLS, Flora; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • JOHN WILLIAM ECKHART, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; Commerce; Delta Psi. • MILLARD HAROLD EDWARDS, Maud; Pharmacy; Sigma 
Pi. • HENRY LAUGHLIN EHRLICH, Pascagoula; Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. • DAVID LAWRENCE 
EIDT, Natchez; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. . 

• Second Row: EDWARD DUNCAN EIDT, Natchez; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • DOROTHY JEAN 
ELLISON, Tunica; Liberal Arts. • PATRICIA ANNE EUDALY, Water Valley; Engineering. • VERTIE 
LEVON EZELL, Pascagoula; Commerce; Alpha Tau Omega. • JOHN DEES FAGGARD, Moss Point; 
Commerce. . 

BELOW: 

• First Row: KATHRYN FAHERTY, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Phi Mu. • WILLIAM STERLING FAR- 
LEY, Cordova, Tenn.; Commerce. • MARIANNE FARMER, Norfolk, Va.; Liberal Arts. • JOSEPH 
FRANZ FASOLD, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delia Kappa Epsilon. • EMILY JEANNE FAULK, Vicksburg; 
Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • CYRIL JOSEPH FAYARD, Bay St. Louis; Engineering. • EDWARD 
HAROLD FISHER, Tallulah, La.; Liberal Arts. • HUGH BRACY FITLER, Vicksburg; Engineering. • 
ELAINE FITZPATRICK, New Orleans, La.; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: HENRY POWELL FONVILLE, Belzoni; Commerce. • KAY ANNE FORD, Bay St. Louis; 
Liberal Arts; Kappa Delta. • DOROTHY LEt FORLEADES, Columbus; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS H. 
FREELAND, III, Needles, Cal.; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • JOAN ELSIE FREEMAN, Forest; Education. 

• ROBER1 AUBREY FRENCH, Byiialia; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • FRED LEONARD FRIEDMAN, 
Norfolk, Vo.; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. • JACK DENNIS FUDGE, Oxford; Liberal Arts; Alpha Tau 
Omega. • H. G. FULLER, Abbeville; Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: CAROLE LEE FURR, Courtland; Commerce. • EDUARDO GAITAN-DURAN. Cucuta, 
Colombia, S. A.; Engineering. O J. HOOD GARBER, Ja«kson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • GEORGE 
MERRILL GARNER, Grenada; Liberal Arts; Fhi Delta Theta. • MAXINE MARGARET GARNER, Ox- 
ford; Liberal Arts. • DOROTHY JEAN GATLIN, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • JOHN HART GEARY, 
Vicksburg; Commerce. • MONROE J. GENSERT, Meridian; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • JOHN RICH- 
ARD GERDES, Houston, Tex.; Liberal Arts; Phi Kappa Psi. 




JOAN JOHNSON 

Home Economics Club President 






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ABOVE: 

• First Row: KLINE GILBERT, Hollandale; Education. • MARGARET MELISSA 
GIST, Helena, Ark.; Education; Chi Omega. • CONCHETTA GLORIOSO, Gun- 
nison; Liberal Arts. • DAVID S. GOFORTH. Oxford; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS 
PATRICK GOGGIN, Somerville, Mass.; Engineering. • LAVERNE THOMAS 
GOLDMAN, Meridian; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ELLEN DOUGLAS GOR- 
TON, Greenville; Education; Phi Mu. • RADER GRANTHAM, Macon; Engi- 
neering; DONALD FRANKLIN GRAVENMIER, Helena, Ark.; Engineering. 



• Second Row: SARA PAULINE GRAVES, Batesville; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta 
Delta. • WESLEY NEAL GRAY, Prentiss; Pharmacy. • AVERILL GLENN GRIF- 
FIN, Parkersburg, W. Va.; Liberal Arts. • DURELL EVERETT GRIFFIN, Ponto- 
toc; Liberal Arts. • SAMUEL BRYCE GRIFFIS, Grenada; Commerce; Phi Delta 
Theta. • GUY G. GRIFFITH, JR., Rolling Fork; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • 
ANA MARIA GUEVARA, Isabela, Puerto Rico; Education. • M. ANN GULLEY, 
Pascagoula; Liberal Arts; Delta Delta Delta. • DONALD RICHARD GUNDY, 
Newport, Minn.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: FRANCES ANN HAGAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • 
GEORGE MATTHEWS HALL, Baltimore; Liberal Arts. • GEORGE ROBERT 



HALL, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT LEONARD HAMBLIN, Altmar, 
N. Y. : Engineering. • ROBERT E. HAMMETT, Jackson; Commerce. • THOMAS 
CLARK HAMMOND, Deeson; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • BEWEL A. HANKINS, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts. • EVELYN JUNE HARDWICK, Memphis, Tenn.; Com- 
merce. • ELLA RUTH HARGROVE, Monterey, Tenn.; Education; Delta Gamma. 

• Second Row: JACQUELINE MARIE HAROY, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts. • 
MARILYN LENSFORD HARPER, Mangham, La.; Pharmacy. • ROLAND D. 
HARPER, Moss Point; Engineering. • WILLIAM GORDON HARRIS, Helena, 
Ark.; Engineering. • GRANVILLE WALTER HART, Booneville; Education. • 
JOHN LESLIE HATCHER, Scott; Commerce. • JOHN TRAVIS HAYNES, Ellis- 
ville; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • LeCLAIR HEIDENREICH, McComb; Lib- 
eral Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma. • HENRY CHRISTOPHER HENICK, Yazoo 
City; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. 



• Third Row: HENRY NEWTON HERNDON, Wilmington, Del.; Liberal Arts. • 
JAMES HARVEY HERRING, Greenville; Commerce. • HELEN LOWE HICKS, 
Houston; Liberal Arts. • BETTYE HIGDON, Belzoni; Liberal Arts; Chi Omega. 

• HELEN ELIZABETH HILL, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • HAL EUGENE HILL, 
West Point; Liberal Arts. • WADE HAMPTON HILLIARD, JR.. Pascagoula; 
Pharmacy; Kappa Alpha. • FRANK ALBERT HITCHINGS, JR., Memphis, Tenn.; 
Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM HENRY HITT, York, Ala.; Edu- 
cation. 





ABOVE: 

• First Row: NELLE ELIZABETH HOBGOOD, Silver City; Commerce. • CECIL B HODGES, Coila; 
Commerce. • CHARLES DAVID HOLLANDER. Vicksburg; Commerce. • LYNN HOLLOWAY, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • TOMMY TATE HOLMAN, Macon; Engineering. 

• Second Row: MARY MARGARET HOLMES, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM HAYS HOLMES, 
Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT LOUIS HOLT, Blytheville, Ark.; Pharmacy. • FRANK FRANCIS 
HOSAK, Lonstord. Penna.; Liberal Arts. • WALTER HOWARD, Glendale, Cal.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: CHARLES CLARK HUDSON, Brownsville, Tenn.; Education. • LUCY HOLLIS IMIG, 
Mississippi City; Education; Delta Gamma. • JUNE CATCHINGS IRBY, Batesville; Liberal Arts. • 
MIKE ISOM, JR., Sunflower; Commerce. • ALEXANDER FRED JABOUR, Rolling Fork; Liberal Arts. • 
CHARLES F. JACKSON, Pensacola, Fla.; Commerce. • C. GANNON JACKSON, Pensacola, Fla.; 
Commerce. • WILLIAM HOWARD JACKSON, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • OTIS EDWARD 
JOHNSON, JR., Glen Allan; Commerce. 

• Second Row: CLARENCE RANKIN JOLLY ; Prentiss; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. • ALBERT PAIGE 
JONES. Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. • BEN DAVID JONES, Amory; Education. • ROBERT G. JONES, 
Moss Point; Commerce. • MAURICE JOSEPH, Jackson; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. • ALFRED JOSEPH 
KATOOL, Jackson; Commerce. • CHARLES EDWARD KILDUFF, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Engineering. • 
HENRY HUGHES KING. New Albany; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • ROBERT HOWARD KIRKPATRICK, 
Pontotoc; Engineering. 

• Third Row: DAN B. KNIGHT, Tippo; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • PAUL LEROY KNIGHT, Haile- 
hurst; Engineering. • JOHN LLOYD KOCH, Sullivan, Mo.; Liberal Arts. • DOUGLAS M. KOGER, 
Itta Bena; Engineering. • ROBERT LEE KOGER. Itta Bena; Engineering. • WILLIAM EARL KORN- 
DORFFER, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • KENNETH FRANKLIN KUZENSKI, Allentown, Penna.; Liberal Arts. 

• JOSEPH JOHN LAWRENCE, Biloxi; Commrce; Phi Kappa Psi. • JOHN DICKINSON LAWS, Colum- 
bus; Pharmacy. 




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ABOVE: 

• First Row: GEORGE MYRON LEE. Prentiss; Pharmacy. • CALUDE E. LEG- 
ATE, Lexington; Commerce. • PAUL EDWARD LENOIR. Magnolia; Education. 

• LEON E. LEWIS, Port Gibson; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • YVETTE MUR- 
RELL LEWIS, McComb; Liberal Arts. • FREDERICK CLINTON LIBBEY, Milton, 
Mass.; Liberal Arts. • ROY SPEALING LINDSAY, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • HARRY LEWIS LOFLIN, Jackson; Engineering; Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon. • EDWARD LOGGINS, Winona; Commerce; Sigma Chi. 



• Second Row: WESLEY RANDOLPH LOMINICK. JR., Vicksburg; Liberal Arts; 
Kappa Sigma. • JAMES MARION LONGINO, Jackson; Commerce. • SAM- 
UEL LAMAR LOVE, Jackson; Pharmacy. • ANN ELIZABETH LOVELESS. Boona- 
ville; Liberal Arts. • ERMAN ANDREW LOWE, Tunica; Commerce. • CHAR- 
LOTTE LOWERY, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau Alpha. • KERRY 
NEIL LYON, Laurel; Education. • ELLA BETH McADAMS, Jackson; Liberal 
Arts; Delta Gamma. • JACK WENDELL McCALMON, Dallas. Tex.; Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: ROBERT CLARENCE McCARTER, Sardis; Engineering. • B. B. 
McCLENDON, JR., Jackson; Liberal Arts. • HORACE LOWRY McCOOL, Bel- 



zoni; Education. • CAROLYN MYRNA McCURDY. Pope; Liberal Arts. • JOHN 
LAND McDAVID, Macon; Liberal Arts. • DONALD MANNING McDONALD. 
Greenwood; Liberal Arts. • MARVEL BLAND McDONOUGH, Oxford; Com- 
merce. • CHARLES RICHARD McFADDEN, Rosedale; Commerce. • RUBYE 
LEE McFADDEN, Oxford; Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: HAROLD H. McGEE, Biloxi; Engineering. • EVA KATHRYN 
McGUIRE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT EDWARD McJUNKIN, 
Houlka; Commerce. • ERVIN McKAY, Gulfport; Commerce. • JOHN A. Mc- 
KINNON, Sturgis; Liberal Arts. • WILL B. McLEOD, Leakesville; Liberal Arts. 

• LULA BELLE McPHAIL, Forrest City, Ark.; Liberal Arts. • JOHN MURRELL 
McRAE, JR., Lexington; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • KENNETH FAY MA- 
GEE, Collins; Pharmacy. 



• Third Row: THOMAS JOHN MALLETTE, Greenwood; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta 
Theta. • DOROTHY FRANCES MALONE, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • LESTER M. 
MAPLES, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • RALPH HOLDEN MARIONNEAUX, Monroe, 
La.; Pharmacy. NANCY JEAN MARR, Winnetka, III.; Liberal Arts. • MICH- 
AEL MURPHY MARSHALL, Clarksdale; Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • 
MERLE ANNETTE MARTIN, Fayette; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • WILLIAM V. 
MARTIN, Vardaman; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES PATRICK MASSEY, Pensacola, 
Fla.: Commerce. 









ABOVE: 

• First Row: HAROLD LEON MAXWELL, Laurel; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JEREMY DONALD 
MAXWELL, Lynnfield Center, Mass.; Engineering. • JARED DALE MAYES, III, Milton, Penna.; Engi- 
neering. • GEORGE IRVING MELICHAR, Forest; Commerce. • WILLIAM M. MELSON, Shelbyville, 
lenn ; Commerce; Phi Kappa Hsi . 

• Second Row: FELIX DELANEY MESTAYER. New Iberia, La.; Pharmacy. • JOHN PILLOW METTS, 
Clarksdale; Commerce. • CHARLES EDWARD MIDDLETON, Yaioo City; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • 
RICHARD LESLIE MILAM, Batesville; Commerce. • WALKER MILAM, Jackson; Commerce. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WAYNE ROBERT MILES, Swiftown; Engineering. • HOWARD LEE MILLER, JR., Quit- 
man; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT ANDERSON MILLER, Clarksdale; Engineering. • EMILY CHARLOTTE 
MOORE, Lucy, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • JOHN PAYNE MOORE, Clarksdale; Commerce; Sigma Alpha 
Epsilon. • ALFRED RUSSELL MORAN, Ocean Springs; Liberal Arts. • C. FRED MORGAN, JR., Men- 
denhall; Commerce. • GEORGE SCHAAF MORI, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • DUNCAN 
EDWARD MORRILL, Winthrop, Mass.; Engineering. 



• Second Row: CHESLEY DEWEY MORRIS, JR., New Augusta; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT RUSSELL 
MORRISON, JR., Vicksburg; Commerce. • CONWAY MONCURE. Jackson; Commerce; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • ROBERT LEE MULLOY, Laurel; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • JOYES MARGARET MUR- 
PHY, University; Education. • RAY MURPHY, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • MARY KATHERINE MYERS, 
Columbus; Liberal Arts; Delta Zeta. • JULIAN A. NAGLE, Jackson; Pharmacy; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
ELBERT BARKSDALE NELSON, Cleveland; Commerce; Pi Kappa Alpha. 

• Third Rcw: FAITH JEAN NELSON, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • HAROLD NEWCOMB, Blue Mountain; 
Engineering. • CHARLES EDWARD NEWELL, Pontotoc; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • BARBARA RUTH 
NEYLAND, Brookhaven; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • JAMES L. NICHOLS, JR., Alligator; Engineering. • 
ROBERT W. NICK, Tomahawk, Wis.; Commerce. • PATRICIA SUE O'BRIEN, Memphis, Tenn.; Com- 
merce. • LENOX W. OGLESBY, Jackson; Commerce. • EFRAIN ORTIZ, Ponce, Puerto Rico; Engi- 
neering. 



DOT WRIGHT 

President of Pan-Hellenic Council 






THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: BILLY RALPH OUSLEY, Laurel; Education. • ROSEMARY RUT- 
LEDGE OWEN, New Albany; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • ROBERT E. OWENS, JR., 
Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • SAN STEWART OWENS, Clarks- 
dale; Commerce; Kappa Delta. • KOTZ ALLAN PATTERSON, Oxford; Com- 
merce; Beta Theta Pi. • ROBERT HAMILL PATTERSON. Kansas City, Mo.; Lib- 
eral Arts. • BARBARA PARKER, Vicksburg; Liberal Arts. • DYRAL QUINCY 
PARKER, Oxford; Liberal Arts. • SAM DECATUR PARKER. Meridian; Engineer- 
ing; Kappa Alpha. . 

• Second Row: HENRY PARIS, Lexington; Commerce; Phi Epsilon Pi. • JOHN 
LESTER PARIS, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • THOMAS NEWT PARKS, New 
Albany; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • MARY ELIZABETH PEEPLES, Jackson; 
Commerce. • GEORGE OSCAR PENCE, Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. • ELOISE PERCIVAL, Rolling Fork; Commerce. • JOHN BERNARD 
PERKINS, Brookhaven; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • ROBERT CAVE PER- 
KINS, Vicksburg; Commerce. • WILLIAM HOWELL PERKINS, Darling; Com- 
merce; Pi Kappa Alpha. . 



BELOW: 

• First Row: WILLIAM EARL PEVEY. 

HIRAM PHELPS, Jackson; Liberal Arts. < 



JR., Jackson; Commerce. • HENRY 
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Albany; Commerce. • ELMYRA PIEROCICH, Gulfport; Liberal Arts. • PEGGY 
BLAINE PLEASANTS, Covington, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • PATTY PONDER. Jack- 
son; Education; Chi Omega. • THOMAS E. PORTER, JR., Vicksburg; Engineer- 
ing; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • WILLIAM MARVIN PORTER, Lambert; Liberal 
Arts. • BOBBY HUGH POSEY, Verona; Liberal Arts. . 



• Second Row: WAYNE SIDNEY POSEY, Plantersville; Engineering. • JAMES 
MARION PRICE, Prentiss; Liberal Arts. • ROBERT HENRY PROPST, Columbus; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • CECIL WOOD PUCKETT, Kingsport, Tenn.; Educa- 
tion. • JOHN WILLIAM RAGLAND, Oxford; Commerce. • FRANK RAMSEY, 
JR., Ferriday, La.; Pharmacy. • LOUIS HERBERT RAMSEY, Pontotoc; Pharmacy. 

• WALTER ALEXANDER REAGAN, Memphis, Tenn.; Engineering. • JERRY 
GORDON REEDY. Jackson; Commerce. 



• Third Row: GEORGE CALVIN REEVES, Tunica; Commerce; Beta Theta Pi. • 
JOSEPH CARL REID, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Pi. • BILLY V. RENFROE, 
Pensacola, Fla.; Commerce. • GEORGE RENSHAW, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma 
Chi. • GEORGE EDWARD RHODES. Sturgis; Education. • WALTER A. RHU- 
LEN, Monticello, N. Y.; Commerce. • CHARLTON CHALMERS RICHARDSON, 
Grenada; Liberal Arts; Pi Kappa Alpha. • FRANCIS M. RICHARDSON, Cach- 
ings; Commerce. • NELLIE JEAN RILEY, Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. 








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ABOVE: 

• First Row: HUGO SALOME RIOS. Isabela, Puerto Rico; Pharmacy. • WILNA REE ROBB, El Do- 
rado, Ark.; Commerce. • DOROTHY LEE ROBERTS. Shelby; Liberal Arts. • HENRY DAVID ROBERTS, 
Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • W. T. ROBERTS, Carthage; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: RITA MARY ELSIE ROBERTSHAW, Greenville; Liberal Arts; Phi Mu. • HARRY LEE 
ROBINSON, JR., Clarksdale; Liberal Arts. • JOHN WILLIAM ROBINSON, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa 
Alpha. • BILLIE JANE RODGERS, Blytheville, Ark.; Education. • PAUL C. RODGERS, Tupelo; Edu- 
cation. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: THOMAS FRANKLIN ROPER, Columbia; Commerce. • CAROLYN ELIZABETH ROSS, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Commerce. • HAROLD LAVERNE RUSSELL, Monticello; Pharmacy. • MASON VIC- 
TOR RUSSELL, Edinburg; Liberal Arts. • T. JERRY RYAN. Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Alpha. • 
WILLIAM THOMAS SALMON, Clarksdale; Education. • JACK BERNARD SANDERS, Memphis, Tenn.; 
Engineering; Sigma Chi. • REUBEN BERT SCOBEY, JR., Coffeeville; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • JOEL 
RODERICK SENTER, Byhalia; Liberal Arts. 

• Second Row: MAC SEPAUGH, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • LEON VICTOR SHARP, New Albany; Com- 
merce. • WILLIAM WESTON SHAW, Batesville; Commerce. • HARRIS EDWARD SHAWBLOSKY, 
Greenville; Education. • RUFUS McNAIR SHELTON. Gilbert. La.; Pharmacy. • BARBARA ANN SHER- 
ROD, Macon; Commerce. • HOLLIS JACK SHOEMAKE, Hattiesburg; Liberal Arts. • EDWIN DEMAR 
SHROPSHIRE, Rolling Fork; Liberal Arts; Sigma Nu. • LESLIE BOWLIN SHUMAKE, Olive Branch; 
Liberal Arts. 

• Third Row: CLAUDE LUTHER SHUTTLEWORTH, Forest; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • JOHN DALE 
SIBLEY, Pachuta; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • CARL FENTON SIDENER, Bainbridge, Ga.; Commerce. 

• GERALD CURTIS SIMS, Pontotoc; Engineering. • MELVIN MILTON SINQUEFIELD, Laurel; Educa- 
tion. • JAMES EDWIN SLAY, Waynesboro; Education. • DEVOR SLOCUM, Franklinton, La.; Pharmacy. 

• JOSEPH K. SMITH, Ripley; Pharmacy. • MARSHALL CHARLES SMITH, Hattiesburg; Pharmacy. 



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THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: ROBERT LEE SMITH, Raleigh, Term.; Liberal Arts. • JUNE 
BROWNING SNEED. Ecru; Commerce. • VIVIAN ADELE SPEAR, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce. • KEARNEY D. SPEARS, Oxford; Education. • CARYL 
ELAINE SPENCE, Pass Christian; Liberal Arts. • MURRAY LIVY STAFFORD, 
Oakland, Tenn.; Commerce. • ED HUNTER STEELE, Morgan City; Commerce; 
Phi Delta Theta. • JOSEPH WILLIAM STEPHENS, Meridian; Liberal Arls. • 
THOMAS JAY STEVENS. JR., Osyka; Commerce. 

• Second Row: JEAN STOCKETT, Clarksdale; Commerce. • RICHARD GERALD 
S1RAUGHAN, Biloxi; Pharmacy. • WADE HULIN STRICKLAND, Rolling Fork; 
Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • WILLIAM CHARLES STUART, Hattiesburg; Liberal 
Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • MARY JO STUART, Gulfport; Liberal Arts; Delta 
Gamma. • JAMES GORDON SULLIVAN, Macon; Commerce; Kappa Alpha. • 
PATRICIA ANN TALBOT, Marked Tree, Ark ; Commerce. • RAMON C. TATE, 
Lexington; Liberal Arts • NANCY ANN TATUM, Durant; Commerce; Kappa 
Delta. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: MINIE CORRINE TAYLOR, Holly Springs; Liberal Arts; Zeta Tau 
Alpha. • ROBERT MINSON TAYLOR, Charlotte, N. C; Liberal Arts. • 



WALTER TRAVIS TAYLOR. Como; Liberal Arts; Phi Delta Theta. • DICK 
THOMAE, Fayette; Liberal Arts. • LISTON L. THOMASSON, DeKalb; Liberal 
Arts. • ALAN B THOMPSON, Long Beach; Education. • ALLEN CAVETT 
THOMPSON, JR., Jackson; Commerce; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. • EVELINE CON- 
NELL THOMPSON. Clarksdale: Liberal Arts. • HOLLIS THOMPSON, Gulfport; 
Liberal Arts. 



• Second Row: IVAN C. THOMPSON, Corinth; Commerce. • J. RAY THORN- 
TON, Crystal Springs; Education. • ROBERT ANDREW THORNTON, Ashland; 
Liberal Arts. • MACK VAN TIDWELL, Philadelphia; Commerce; Pi Kappa 
Alpha. BILLIE ROGERS TIPTON, Bentonia; Engineering; Phi Kappa Psi. • 
GORDON MURRELL TOMLON, Oakland, Tenn.; Commerce. • BOBBY TRAMEL, 
Marks; Engineering. • MARY ANN TUCKER, Memphis, Tenn ; Liberal Arts; 
Phi Mu • JOANNE MARY TULLY, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 



• Third Row: O. J. TURNER, Belzoni; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • WILLIAM 
FRANK TURNER, Philadelphia; Commerce. • FAYE CHARLIE UPTON, Walnut 
Grove; Commerce. • FREDDIE LEE VANCE, Laurel; Liberal Arts. • VAN 
BYRLE VAUGHN, Picayune; Liberal Arts. • THEODORE JOHN VLAHOS, Pas- 
cagoula; Commerce. • JACK TALMADGE VOORHEES. Jackson; Commerce; 
Kappa Sigma. • ELLEN WADE, University; Liberal Arls; Delta Zeta. • DOR- 
OTHY MARIE WAITE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 





THE FRESHMAN CLASS 



ABOVE: 

• First Row: HOBSON MURREY WAKEFIELD. Ripley, Tenn.; Commerce: Delta 
Psi. • JUNE BEVERLY WALDEN, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • PATRICK 
JOSEPH WALDNER, Stillwater, Minn.; Education. • MARTHA C. WALLACE, 
Memphis. Tenn.; Education; Zeta Tau Alpha. • DALE LEWIS WALTER, Milton, 
Penna.; Commerce. • OLIVER GLENN WALTERS, Rayville, La.; Pharmacy. • 
CHARLES W. WALTON, North Little Rock, Ark.; Commerce. • JAMES WIL- 
SON WALTRIP, JR., Jennings, La.; Liberal Arts. • JAMES LAWRENCE WAR- 
ING, Vicksburg; Commerce: Kappa Alpha. 



• Second Row: ODITH EARL WARREN. Stonewall; Commerce. • EDWIN DALE 
WATERS, Blue Springs; Education. • WILLIAM EARL WATSON, Memphis, 
Tenn.; Commerce. • JAMES DEWEY WATTS, Water Valley; Commerce. • 
EMILE H. WEINMANN, Carriere; Liberal Arts. • VIVIAN LaNELLE WELLS, 
Waynesboro; Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM FLOYD WEST, Biloxi; Liberal Arts; 
Sigma Chi. • JOHN HAROLD WHITE, Jackson; Commerce; Kappa Sigma. • 
TRACY ANN WHITE, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. 



BELOW: 

• First Row: JANE WIEGAND, Pass Christian; Liberal Arts. • MELVIN WIE- 
NER, Elmhurst, N. Y.; Liberal Arts; Phi Epsilon Pi. • PRESTON KIMBROUGH 



WIER. Hammond, La.; Commerce. • BETTY WILLIAMS, Memphis, Tenn.; Edu- 
cation; Kappa Delta. • JACKIE MANN WILLIAMS, Mac's Store; Liberal Arts. 
• JAMES BARNEY WILLIAMS, JR., Morgan City; Liberal Arts. • JO ANN 
WILLIAMS, Lucy, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • LAYTON M. WILLIAMS, Taylor; Lib- 
eral Arts. • JAMES WILLIAM WILLIS, Horn Lake; Commerce. 



• Second Row: VIRGINIA IDA WING, Greenville; Liberal Arts. • MARION 
MAYERS WINKLER, Tupelo; Liberal Arts; Sigma Chi. • CLAYTON PERVIS 
WINTERS, West Point; Liberal Arts. • W. J. WOOD, New Albany; Engineer- 
ing. • TOM HARWELL, Jackson; Liberal Arts; Kappa Sigma. • EUGENIA 
WOODS, Millington, Tenn.; Commerce. • VIRGINIA LORENE WOOTEN, Jack- 
son, Tenn.; Liberal Arts. • CHARLES T. WYNN, Michigan City; Liberal Arts. • 
JAMES T. YARBROUGH, Tunica; Pharmacy. 



• Third Row: MALCOLM THOMPSON YAWN, Fulton; Engineering. • GENE 
YELVERTON, Jackson; Liberal Arts. • WIRT A. YERGER, JR., Jackson; Com- 
merce; Kappa Alpha. • KATHRYN ANN YOCKEY, Memphis, Tenn.; Liberal 
Arts. • EDWARD SCOTT YOSTE, Vicksburg; Commerce; Sigma Chi. • CARL 
ROLAND YOUNG. Tupelo; Education. • MARY CELESTE ZACHOW, Lyman; 
Liberal Arts. • WILLIAM RANDOLPH ZELPH Rangoon, India; Liberal Arts. 

• ZIEGFIELD ZIMMERMAN, Crow Roost, Ky.; Education. 




THE OLE MISS J II II R H I 



Answering question of the week in the Mississippian, "Should sex education be taught 
at the University," a coed replied that "you can't lock the gate after the horse is 
out." . . . Coeds at charm school are told they need a going-over . . . beauties for 
the 1949 Ole Miss are made public . . . Harmon and Birchett are subject of much 
criticism . . . Lib Blanchard elected by Sigma Chi's, who finally ran out of titles, as 
their "February Girl" . . . home ec teacher announces that little Joe, Mary, and 
Jimmie had nightmares last night because they saw cartooned monsters and gangsters 
in comic books — sociology teacher says "Pooh!" that they probably had too much to 
eat just before they hit the sack . . . Mississippian appoints secret committee to name 
Hall of Fame members for 1949 . . . Richard Dyer-Bennett, British Burl Ives, sings 
ballads in Fulton . . . Bob Wilson elected new "M" club prexy . . . the sap begins to 
rise . . . Spring is coming . . . Mid-Winters have no name band because Dance Com- 
mittee has no gold . . . the second semester grind is underway . . . the trees begin 
to bud . . . profs heave tests at anybody they see . . . frats and sororities start having 
formals . . . the annual is ready to go to press . . . things are in a state of flux . . . 
but behind it all, stolid, invincible, unchanging, the one great tradition at Ole Miss, 
the one item behind which the students can band together with unanimous opinion — 
the Grill Coffee — goes on and on and on. 




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OFFICERS 

GEORGE WORTHEN President until Oct. I, 1948 

CHARLES DEAN President 

CAROLYN PREWITT Secretary 

LIB PILKINTON Treasurer 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

BUDDY AVENT President, School of Medicine 

WILLIAM C. DAVIS President, School of Education 

DEAN DuBOIS Editor of the "Mississippian" 

LAREY EVANS President of the W.S.G.A. 

BOB GARDNER President, School of Commerce 

GEORGE HARMON Editor of the "Ole Miss" 

RICHARD KING President of the Band 




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ELTON MclNTOSH President, School of Pharmacy 

BOB RUSSUM President, School of Liberal Arts 

FARLEY SALMON M Club Representative 

NOAH SWEAT President, School of Law 

JAMES WHITE President, School of Engineering 

HENRY WINTERS President, Graduate School 



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RICHARD KING 


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CAROLYN PREWITT 


ROBERT RUSSUM 


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NOAH SWEAT JAMES WHITE 
The Executive Council at work. 



The Executive council is the student governing body in 
those matters dealing solely with the students. It is com- 
posed of four ASB officers, the president of each school 
in the University, the editor of the two major campus 
publications, a representative of the "M" club, and a 
member of the band. The ASB officers and several other 
members of the council are elected in campus-wide spring 
ballotings, while other members are selected from the 
organizations they represent by the members. 



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The editor and business manager of the 1949 Ole Miss are firmly convinced that their jobs 
are designed for people who have little enough sense to run for campus offices and need to be 
taught a lesson. 

From the last week in August, when the book was first laid out in Nashville, until the first 
week in March when it was finally put to bed, the job was a rat race. After that, the editor and 
business manager could usually be found in Memphis or Batesville, or points in between, re- 
cuperating. Effervescent youths, after five months trying to put an annual together they be- 
came cynics. Froth ooied around the corners of their mouths. They lost weight and, unused to 
sleep, became insomniacs. On top of that, a year in college was lost due to flunked courses. 

But the situation could have been much worse. The editor and business manager could have 
died from overwork — if they weren't so lazy — and then they wouldn't have had the chance to 
wish they had the jobs again. This ghastly possibility was averted by a few faithful students who 
worked hard and long at jobs for which they received practically no return. 

For the 1949 Ole Miss, the editor and business manager are forever indebted to the following 
people who tramped around the campus picking up information and taking pictures, who filed 
cards in the office, typed monotonous lists of names, and did odd jobs to save Harmon and 
Birchett from becoming raving maniacs: 

To Jimmie McDowell, for observing, compiling statistics and writing the copy on Rebel sport- 
ing events; to David Dunn, Buddy Shaw and John Salter for taking so many of the pictures 
appearing in the book — and to Bud Baker for holding the flash bulbs at times; to artists Bill 
Connors, Bobby Peets and Mary Forrest McCall who dressed up the book with their cartoons 
and sketches, and to Rachel Brumfield who drew two big and wonderful silhouettes for the Parade 
of Favorites; to Jack Chambliss, the exile from Vanderbilt, for writing the inside dope on the 
fraternities and to Dot Hunter for doing the same for the female Greeks; to Jane Earhart for 
interviewing the chancellor end all the deans at length so we could cut her copy down to just 
four pages of thumbnail biographies; to Jack Napier for compiling the military copy and 
getting it in on time; and to Contact Man Pete Reid, whose duties were wide, varied and 
unprintable. 

On the business side, we owe groups of thanks to assistant business manager Jimmy Parkin, 
Sorority Editor Idanelle Stone and Organizations Editor Jeanne Wheeler; to office assistants 
Jannett Buford, Olivia Lewis, Mary Ruth Crawford, John Robinson, Martha Wrenn, Jane Savage, 
Mutt Williams, Tommy Mallett, Jo Kelly and Mary Meyers; to Jimmy Anderson, who helped de- 
preciate the only typewriter in the office; and last but not least to Billy Simmons and O. E. 
Clower, who talked several hometown merchants into buying advertising space. 




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The Mississippian, "the Rebels' Weekly Newspaper," is almost 
as regular as the traditional winter monsoons around Oxford — 
almost. Stacks of the papers appear in dorm doorways just before 
supper each Friday, except on the week-ends before and after 
registration, before and after exams, before and after holidays, 
and so on. 

Dean DuBois figures out when the paper will appear and what 
copy will fill the white space between ads. Until February, Ray 
Copeland sold the ads and kept the books, but Sam Ray took 
over the business manager's job when Copeland was graduated. 
Managing editor is J. O. Emmerich. Albin Krebs, although he is 
responsible for a "column" entitled "Strictly From Hunger," 
moved into the news editor's slot when Hunt Howell left at the 
end of the first semester. 

Jimmie McDowell, who served on three nationwide boards to 
pick All-American football players, co-edits the sports copy with 
Jimmy Caldwell. They are assisted by Bill Street, Pete Reed, 
Bobby Jones and George Harmon. Dot Hunter is boss of the 
society page and Sara Mason and Carol Price help out there. 
Gloria Dandridge and a Press-Scimitar campus correspondent we 
refuse to mention are the features department. Helping Ray in 
the business office are Jimmy Collard, Bill Connors, Eaton Lang, 
Bill McCord and Martha Sue Draper. 

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Thomas B. Brumley 


Overton A. Currie 

Jack Doty 

Carl A. Meqehee 


Georqe Street 
Joel P. Walker 




TEAMS AND COURTS COMMITTEE 




Members 




Paul Alexander 
Chairman 


Fred A. Carver 
William A. Ryback 

GENERAL PRACTICE COMMITTEE 


James E. Smith 


Thomas A. Bell 
Chairman 


Rosalind Dottery 
Circuit Clerk 


Spurqeon Sweat 
Chancery Clerk 


E. J. Darden 
Court Reporter 


Earnest W. Graves 
Henry W. Hobbs 


John M. Weston 



A Moot Court board, composed of students of the School of Law and 
chosen by the faculty for their scholastic record, gives students experience in 
conducting themselves in actual courtroom practice and in the handling of 
general office matters. This board arranges cases, and students prepare 
briefs, argue appellate cases and conduct trial cases. Advanced students, 
faculty members, and practicing lawyers and judges serve as judges. Professor 
Joel W. Bunkley serves as the faculty advisor to the Moot Court board in 
appellate cases. Lafayette County Attorney Bramlette Roberts, assisted by 
Professor Walter Dunham, is the faculty advisor to the general practice 
division. 

Casting all serious litigations aside, the Board wrote, produced and directed 
the trial of L'il Abner Yokum for breach of promise in Fulton Chapel on 
November 17. The plaintiff was one Daisy Mae Scraggs, heroine of the 
annual Sadie Hawkins day. 

First Row: Paul Alexander, Thomas Alvin Bell, Thomas Brumley, Fred Carver, Overton Currie, Elwyn Darden. 
Second Row: Rosalind Dottery, Jackson Doty, Ernest Graves, Henry W. Hobbs, Carl A. Megehee, James M. 
Pierce. Third Row: William A. Ryback, James E. Smith, George Street, Spurgeon Sweat, Joel P. Walker, John 

M. Weston. 





First Row: Paul G. Alexander, Tom Bourdeaux, Dudley Buford, Fred Carver, Overton A. Currie, Elwyn Darden, 

Jack Doty. Second Row: Jeff Hamm, Jr., Jack Harrington, Charles Henley, Robert J. Hobby, Delbert Hosemann, 

Homer Lee Howie, Ernest M. Jones, Albert Jordan. Third Row: Nathan Levy, William Luckett, Louis Lyell, 

Dale McKibben, William Moroney, Brinkley Morton, Horace Watkins, William F. Winter. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM F. WINTER Editor 

DUDLEY BUFORD Business Manager 

WILLIAM O. LUCKETT Note Editor 

DALE McKIBBEN Comment Editor 

BRINKLEY MORTON Comment Editor 

ARTHUR B. BUSTY Book Review and Index Editor 

WILLIAM N. ETHRIDGE, JR Faculty Advisor 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS 



Paul G. Alexander 
Tom Bourdeaux 
Fred Carver 
Overton Currie 
Elwyn Darden 
Jack Doty 
Jeff Hamm, Jr. 
Jack Harrington 
Charles Henley 
Robert Hobby 
Delbert Hosemann 



Homer Lee Howie 
Ernest M. Jones 
Albert Jordan 
Nathan Levy 
Byron Long 
Louis Lyell 
William Moroney 
W. F. Riley 
Horace Watkins 
Wayne Williams 



M I S S I S S I P P 

LAW 
JOURNAL 



The Mississippi Law Journal is the official publication 
of the Mississippi State bar and the University School of 
Law. It reviews outstanding litigations and includes news 
of interest to law students and lawyers throughout the 
state. The editorial staff is composed of students in the 
School of Law, but articles are written by lawyers from 
all over the country. 



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Dan:e Committee chairman Murray gabs 
with Lawrence and vocalist. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

JOHN "LAWYER" MURRAY Chairman 

KENNETH FRANKS Chairman of ihe Floor Committee 

N. S. SWEAT EATON LANG 

MARY ANN HOLMES 



First Row: Oscar Buchanan, William Condon, Jack Cunningham, Charles 
I Second Row: Ted Ford, John Fox, III, Kenneth Franks, Charles 

Friedman. Third Row: Bob Gardner, Ben Gregory, Douglas Hamley, Mary 
Ann Holmes. 



A helluva crowd at the Homecoming Dance. 



FLOOR 


COMMITTEE 


OSCAR BUCHANAN 


ED JOHNSTON 


BILL CONDON 


CHARLES JORDAN 


JACK CUNNINGHAM 


LAUCH MAGRUDER 


BOB FALLAS 


BEN MANN 


CHARLES FARRIS 


BUCK MEEK 


TED FORD 


SEBASTIAN MOORE 


JOHN FOX. Ill 


BOB MULLETT 


CHARLES FRIEDMAN 


JOE PIGOTT 


BOB GARDNER 


BILL STRIBLING 


BEN GREGORY 


BILL WALTON 


DOUG HAMLEY 


JOHN WATTS 


SAM JENNINGS 


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First Row: Sam Jennings, John Johnston, Charlie Jordan, Eaton Lang, Lauch Magruder, Ben Mann, Buck Meek, 
Sebastian Moore. Second Row: Robert MulletT, John Murray, Joe Pigott, Bill Stribling, Noah Sweat, Billy 

Walton, John Watts, Joe Wheeler. 



All student body dances are sponsored by the ASB 
dance committee. The five officers who comprise the 
executive council are also members of the Faculty-Stu- 
dent Committee Governing Social Affairs. The organiza- 



tion also sponsors the annual mid-winter dances, and 
from time to time brings other name orchestras to the 
campus. 



Football Captain Hamley and Dance Committee chairman Murray 
take time out in the "M" Club room with prexy Buck Buchanan. 



Gotcha ticket, yet? The two guys in the background didn't 
have the dough — they snuck in. 




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Anybody can get in the act — and some wierd ones crop 
up. The University Players, sponsored by the Department of 
Speech, is open to all students, but before a member is con- 
sidered for initiation, he must have won eight quality points 
for work done on or back stage or in. some manner of promot- 
ing a production. But the main function of the Players is 
putting on the Big Act. 

The Glass Menagerie was the first production cf the season, 
and some of the scenes are shown on the left-hand page. The 
group swung into a lighter vein with John Loves Mary, shown 
on this page, a play in which over-acting made the show more 
hilarious. The most dramatic productipn was the Spring staging 
of St. Joan, and the guffaws which came out of East Lynne's 
audience were made possible simply because the cast presented 
the play the way it would have been acted 70 years ago, and 
audiences have changed since the 1880's tearjerker was first 
produced. Hotel Universe and The Silver Cord were presented 
to small groups by the advanced acting class in the arena 
style, a technique grabbed from the ancient Greeks. 

Dr. Charles Getchell, chairman of the Department of 
Speech, is director of the group, and technical director is Mr. 
Duncan Whiteside, another speech teacher. Student stage 
manager is Margaret McAlexander. 



MEMBERS 

LAREY EVANS President 

JEAN LOTT 1st Vice-President 

NATALIE THOMPSON . . 2nd Vice-President 

MONTIE BARRINGER Secretary 

HELEN KARR Treasurer 



The Women's Student Government association has been 
granted control over all matters concerning the conduct of 
women students, except those matters which are directly 
under the control of University authorities and dormitory 
management. Authority is vested in a five-member executive 
council, elected by popular ballot, a legislative council com- 
posed of the executive council, five dormitory presidents, 
and an additional girl elected from each dormitory. Each 
woman student is a member of the association and is re- 
quired to be familiar with its rules and regulations. 



WOMEN'S STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 



First Row: Montie Barringer, Larey Evans. Second Row: Helen Karr, Jean Lott, Natalie Thompson. 





First Row: Robert Baker, Howard Bishop, Don Blanchard, Orion Blanton, Reuben Boyett, Don Childers, Robert Childress, Thomas T. 
Chisnolm Winfield Dunn. Second Row: Billy Flowers, John Gautier, Robert B. Halton, Sam Hardison, Boyd E. Harper, James P. 
Hooper 'Shed H. Hunger, John Johnston, James H. Jones. Third Row: Prentice Fulton Klinke, John Allen Knott, Jr., William A. 
Long, jr., Aubrey C. McDaniel, Gerald Meaders, Robert A. Mitchell, John M. Moncrief, Charles E. Patch, James D. Pearson, Albert 
Dashi'el Perkins. Fourth Row: William M. Perry, Bobby Hugh Posey, Charles W. Robison, Victor Russell, Delmar Leon Simmons, 
Raymond E. Tipton, Vernon J. Tirey, John A. Watts, Alvin Roy Wright, Herbert P. Zschokke. 



The barber shop quartet was popular because it provided an outlet for men's nat- 
ural yen to sing together when they felt like it. To provide such an opportunity for 
Ole Miss male students is the purpose of the Men's Glee club. The organization is 
open to any student who has ability and the inclination to sing and learn to sing bet- 
ter. Regular rehearsals and social gatherings are held to provide fellowship as well 
as the chance to sing. Each spring the group makes a tour of the state, appearing 
before high school and civic organizations. 



Robert T. Baker 
Howard M. Bishop 
Don E. Blanchard 
Orion D. Blanton 
Reuben Boyett 
Donald Childers 
Robert Childress 
Thomas T. Chisholm 
William W. Combs, Jr. 
Winfield Dunn 
Billy F. Flowers 
John D. Gautier 
Robert B. Halton 
Sam Hardison 
Boyd E. Harper 



MEMBERS 

James P. Hooper 
Shed H. Hunger 
John Ed Johnston 
James H. Jones, Jr. 
Prentice Fulton Klinke 
John Allen Knott, Jr. 
William A. Long, Jr. 
Aubrey C. McDaniel 
John H. McDonough 
Fred W. McEwen, Jr. 
Gerald Meaders 
Robert A. Mitchell 
John M. Moncrief, Jr. 
Charles E. Patch 



James D. Pearson 
Albert Dashiell Perkins, II 
William Perry 
Bobby Hugh Posey 
Charles W. Robison 
Victor M. Russell 
Stephen Joseph Sanford 
Ervin Sayly, Jr. 
Delmar Leon Simmons 
Raymond E. Tipton 
Vernon J. Tirey 
John A. Watts 
Mason Webster 
Alvin Roy Wright 
Herbert P. Zschokke 



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OFFICERS 

BILL FLOWERS President 

CHARLIE ROBINSON . Vice-President 
SHED HUNGER . . Secretary-Treasurer 



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OFFICERS 

RICHARD KING President 

ROBERT T. BAKER Vice-President 

O. H. HENDRICKS Secretary 

BERNARD BROKAW Treasurer 



P S I 



James Brent 
Robert Childress 
Chester Cox 
Robert Cox 
David Dunn 
Taylor Eady 
Charles Fulqhum 



MEMBERS 

Pete Herrinq 
Brett Jackson 
Robert Jones 
William McKinney 
Dan Patch 
William M. Perry 
Warren Robinson 



Charles W. Robison 
Edward Sanders 
Lawrence Semslci 
Curtis Stacey 
Lester F. Sumners 
Granville H. Williams 
Alvin Roy Wriqht 



The "golden chapter," Beta Beta, of this national honorary band fraternity 
was founded at the University in the spring of 1948. The fraternity is open 
only to male band members, and contains not more than half of the number 
of male students in the band. Members are picked in regard to their scholastic 
average. 



First Row: Robert Baker, James Brent, Bernard Brokaw, Robert Childress, Chester Cox, Robert Cox, David Dunn. 

Second Row: Taylor Eady, O. H. Hendricks, Pete Herring, Brett Jackson, Robert Jones, Richard King, William 

McKinney, Bill Perry. Third Row: Warren Robinson, Charles W. Robison, Edward Sanders, Lawrence Semski, 

Curtis Stacey, Les Sumners, Granville Williams, Alvin Roy Wright. 





PAUL R. PAGE Director 

OFFICERS 

RICHARD KING President 

JACK TUBB Vice-President 

FRANCES HILTON .... Secretary 
WILLIAM T. McKINNEY, JR. Treasurer 

COUNCIL MEMBERS 

Robert T. Baker Clarence Jolly 

Bernard Brokaw William Perry 

Robert Childress Curtis Stacey 




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A Confederate flag and the strains of "Dixie" were symbols of 
the band throughout the football season. Constantly improving 
under the directorship of Paul R. Page, the band is once more 
earning the reputation as one of the finest in the nation. The 
huge Confederate flag exhibited at several football games the 
past season won acclaim for the organization from all over the 
country. 

The band is governed by its own members through an executive 
council headed by the band officers. Through this council all 
major decisions are made and pertinent grievances of members 
are discussed. 

Becoming of increasing importance is the concert band. An 
annual program was started this year with a Christmas concert 
presented in Fulton chapel on Sunday preceding the Christmas 
holidays. 

Band members are: John A. Aldridge, T. W. Ammon, Tommy 
Arrington, Robert T. Baker, W. G. Barner, T. M. Barry, Howard 
M. Bishop, Wilmer L. Blackmon, William Booth, Jimmy Bowman, 
Malcolm Breazeale, James F. Brent, Bernard B. Brokaw, William 
J. Bronfeld, Elizabeth Brown, John Carroll, Archie F. Carr, Robert 
Childress, William Connors, W. T. Costilow, Chester Cox, William 
Dickson, Donald Dubuisson, David Dunn, Taylor Eady, M. H. Ed- 
wards, Joseph F. Fasold, Wilson L. Flinn, William O. Flinn, Thomas 
H. Freeland, Richard T. Furr, Charles H. Fulghum, Maxine Garner 
Robert Halford, O. H. Hendricks, Chris Henick, Pete Herring 
Bettye Higdon, Frances Hilton, Joyce Hollingsworth, Frank 
Houston, Burchart Hungerford, Brett Jackson, Clarence Jolly 
Robert Jones, Charlie Mac Jones, William Katz, Richard King 
Thomas Lawley, W. R. LaMond, Joe T. Lee, Billie Jean Little, Jean 
Melvin, Joyce Melvin, Charles Middleton, J. Richard Moore 
Alfred Moran, W. D. Newton, Hugh Noble, Laurance O'ferrall 
Arthur Okun, Henry Paris, Dan Patch, Jeannine Pelham, George 
Pence, William Perry, James Price, Jack Rhymes, Charles Robison 
Warren Robinson, Robert Rushing, Richard Russum, George Ryan 
Ed Sanders, Lawrence Semski, Charles Speed, Curtis Stacey, Billy 
W. Stephens, James Sullivan, Lester Sumners, Jack Tubb, Blake 
Wadsworth Ella White, Granville Williams, Alvin Roy Wright, 
Marion Mayes Winkler. 



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First Row: Ted Amnions, Robert Baker, William Barner, Tom 
Barry. Second Row: Howard Bishop, Wilmer Blackmon, Wil- 
liam Booth, Jimmy Bowman. Third Row: Malcolm Breazeale, 
James Brent, Bernard Brokaw, J. William Bronfield. Fourth 
Row: Elizabeth Brown, John Carroll, Archie Carr, Robert 
Childress. Fifth Row: William Connors, Chester Cox, Donald 
Dubuisson, Millard Edwards. 




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Maxine Garner, Robert Halford, O. H. Hendricks, Chris Henick, Pete 
Herring, Bettye Higdon. Second Row: Frances Hilton, Joyce Hollings- 
worth, Burchart Hungerford, Brett Jackson, Clarence Jolly, Robert Jones, 
Charley Jones, Richard King, Thomas Lawley, Joe Lee. Third Row: 
3illie Little, Jean Melvin, Joyce Melvin, Charles Middleton, Richard 




Moore, Alfred Moran, Wallace Newton, Laurance O'Ferrall, Arthur 
Okum, Henry Paris. Fourth Row: Jeannine Pelham, George Pence, Wil- 
liam Perry, Jack Rhymes, Charles Robison, Warren Robinson, Richard 
Russum, George Ryan, Edward Sanders, Lawrence Semski. Fifth Row: 
Charles Speed, Curtis Stacey, Billy Stephens, James Sullivan, Blake Wads- 
worth, Ella White, Granville Williams, Alvin Wright, M. M. Winkler. 










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Last Spring law students, as part of a subversive 
move to gain control of the University, entered 
Fred Carney in the May Queen contest, believing 
someone might vote for him. Someone did — in 
fac+, he won. However, certain people declared 
the election void, maintaining the term "May 
Queen" inferred that a female hold the job. While 
the law school smouldered and threatened to 
secede and form a University of their own, a run- 
off election was held. The whole mess of trouble 
blew over when Carney, hiding his broken heart 
with manly fortitude, was allowed to crown Miss 
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attain. Persons chosen are picked for their "character, scholarship, leadership 
and contributions to the betterment of the University." In a selection sponsored 
by the Mississippian a faculty-student committee picks a secret nominating com- 
mittee of 25 who choose six persons for the honor. 

Standing in the picture are, left to right: Dean DuBois, editor of the 
Mississippian the past year; Charles Dean, who succeeded George Worthen to 
the presidency of the ASB early in the year; and Overton Currie, President of Pi 
Kappa Pi scholastic fraternity and the Veterans' Club. Seated from left to right 
are: George "Barney" Poole, All-American end and one of the greatest 
athletes in the history of the University; Noah "Soggy" Sweat, President of the 
School of Law; and Lewis Nobles, past business manager of the Ole Miss, a dis- 
tinguished graduate student and an instructor in the School of Pharmacy. 

In addition to the honors mentioned each of the students has taken an active 
part in numerous scholastic and social activities on the campus since his enroll- 
ment in the University. Each typifies the ideal Ole Miss student. 

Members of the 1949 Hall of Fame were photographed with the gracious 
consent of Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Longest in their home on South Lamar in 
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OFFICERS 



BILLY WALTON . 
JAMES BARNETT 



. . . President 
Vice-President 



TOM BOURDEAUX . . 
DR. H. B. HOWERTON 



Treasurer 
Secretary 



MEMBERS 



Orville S. Beard 
Robert Bonds 
Oscar Buchanan 
Dudley Buford 
William O. Carter 
Wilfred Cole 
Overton Currie 



Cleveland Davis 
Kirby Day, Jr. 
Charles Dean 
Dean DuBois 
Ted Ford 
Charles Gaisser 
Ernest Graves 



Walter Gunn 
Doug Hamley 
Jesse Boyce Holleman 
William Griffith 
Robert Hollingsworth 
Brinkley Morton 
Lewis Nobles 



Gene Roper 
Stanley Thames 
George Street 
Andrew Sullivan 
N. S. Sweat 
William Winter 



Since 1936 Alpha circle of Omicron Delta 
Kappa has offered recognition to outstanding 
campus leadership in the fields of religious and 
social activities, journalism, forensics, scholar- 



ship and athletics. The National organization was 
founded in 1914 at Washington and Lee Univer- 
sity and has grown until the sixty active circles 
have a membership of 15,000. 



First Row: James Barnett, 
Orville Beard, Robert Bonds, 
Tom Bourdeaux, Oscar Buch- 
anan, Dudley Buford, Wil- 
liam Carter, Wilfred Cole, 
Overton Currie. Second Row: 
Cleveland Davis, Kirby Day, 
Charles Dean, Dean DuBois, 
Ted Ford, Ernest Graves, Wil- 
liam Griffith, Walter Gunn, 
Doug Hamley. Third Row: 
Jesse Holleman, Robert Hol- 
lingsworth, Brinkley Morton, 
Lewis Nobles, Stanley Thames, 
George Street N. S. Sweat, 
Billy Walton, William Winter. 








First Row: Claire Aycock, 
Montie Barringer, Mary 
Elizabeth Cates, Nancy 
Chenault. 

Second Row: Eleanor 
Knee, Jean Lott, Virginia 
Tansil, Jane Walker. 



OFFICERS 

MONTIE BARRINGER President 

VIRGINIA TANSIL Vice-President 

NANCY CHENAULT Treasurer 

CLAIRE AYCOCK Secretary 

ELEANOR KNEE Forum Representative 



MARY ELIZABETH CATES 



MEMBERS 

JEAN LOTT 



JANE WALKER 



Mortar Board is a national honorary society highest honors conferred upon women students, 

for senior women, established at the University based upon outstanding personality, scholarship, 

in 1943. Selection for membership is one of the ability and leadership on the campus. 



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OVERTON A. CURRIE . . 
JAMES ALLEN CABANISS 



OFFICERS 

President JOHN HAWKINS NAPIER, III 

Executive Secretary JOANN GUNN 

JOHN ROGERS Treasurer 



FACULTY AND STAFF MEMBERS 



Vice-President 
. . Secretary 



Finley Euqene Belcher 
Arthur C. Guyton 



Max W. Akins 
James Othell Alderman 
Lloyd Miller Bridqers 
Leslie Ray Bryant 
Frances Estes Darden 
Samuel Kirby Day, Jr. 
Robert Oliver Duncan 



Bernard G. Hamilton 
John Sykes Hartin 
M. K. Home 



John T. Etheridge 
Charles Gaisser 
Hazel Irene Garrett 
John Fenwick Jackson 
Samuel Roscoe Knox 
Clifton Maxwell 



W. L. Kennon 
Richard E. Keye, Jr 
P. K. McCarter 



Chester A. McLarty 
Louis Silver 



MEMBERS 



Byron A. Mayo 
Lawrence Everman Noble, 
Lewis Nobles 

George William Polhemus 
Charles Wright Robison 
James B. Snow 



Martha Watson Sumners 
Margie Tyler 
Richard Garland Walls 
Charles E. Witt, Jr. 
Albert Haines Woolett 
Jimmy Boyd Zachary 



The highest scholastic honor that may be attained at 
Ole Miss is membership in Pi Kappa Pi. The fraternity, a 
local organization, was founded in 1925. Reguirements 



for membership include a grade of seventy per cent 
"A's" on a minimum of sixty consecutive hours. 



First Row: Max W. Akins. 
J3rr.es Alderman. Lloyd 
Bridgers, Leslie Ray Bryant, 
Overton Currie, Frances Estes 
Darden, Samuel Kirby Da/, 
J'\. Robert Oliver Duncan, 
John Etheridge. Second 
Row: Irene Garrett, Joann 
Sunn, John Fenwick Jacksc", 
Clifton Maxwell, Byrcn A. 
Ma/o, John Hawkins Napier, 
III, Lawrence Everman Noble, 
Jr., Lewis Nobles, George 
William Polhemus. Third 
Riw: Charles Wright Robi- 
son, John Bitterman Rogers, 
James B. Snow, Martha Wat- 
son Sumners, Margie Tyler, 
Richard Garland Walls, 
Charles E. Witt. Jr., Albert 
Haines Woolett, Jimmy Boyd 
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First Row: John F. Benoist, 
Ed Birchett, Robert Bonds, 
James Califf, Clarence Cas- 
Me, Warren Clifford, Robert 
Cox, Tom Culley, Kirby Day, 
Thomas Dean. Second Row: 
Robert Donald, Wi I I ia m 
Dorsey, Robert Duncan, J. O. 
Emmerich, James Follansbee, 
3runo Furini, William Gil- 
lespie, William Hamm, Ed 
Harris, Huntington Howell. 
Third Row: Harry Hunger- 
ford, John Jackson, Whitman 
Johnson, Ernest Jones, Alfred 
Lang, Eaton Lang, Lionel 
Lester, Walter Long, William 
Long, William Luckett. Fourth 
Row: Louis Lyell, Clifton 
Maxwell, Harvey Meltzer, 
Harold Melvin, David Miller, 
Lawrence Noble, Lewis 
Nobles, J a s e Norsworthy, 
Clyde Pearson, John Prados. 
Fifth Row: Peter Raphael, 
John Rogers, Lester Shipley, 
Richard Smith, William Theis- 
man, Joel Walker, Richard 
Walls William Winter, 
Charles Witt, Albert Wool- 
lett. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM A. LONG, JR President ROBERT I. COX Secretary 

EATON A. LANG, J R Vice-President WILLIAM W. COMBS, JR Treasurer 

JOHN F. BENOIST Historian 



MEMBERS 



James S. Attaya 
James T. Bennett 
Edward S. Birchett 
Robert A. Bonds 
Lloyd M. Bridqers 
James I. Califf 
Clarence E. Castle 
Warren K. Clifford 
Tom S. Culley 
Samuel K. Day, Jr. 
Thomas J. Dean 
Robert H. Donald 
William B. Dorsey 



Dr. Frank A. Anderson 
Finley E. Belcher 



Robert O. Duncan 
John O. Emmerich, Jr. 
James W. Follansbee 
Bruno Furini, Jr. 
William M. Gillespie 
William J. Hamm 
I. Edward Harris 
I. Huntington Howell 
Harry B. Hunqerford, Jr 
John F. Jackson 
Whitman B. Johnson, Jr, 
Ernest M. Jones 



Alfred B. Lanq 
Lionel E. Lester 
Walter K. Lonq, Jr. 
William O. Luckett 
Louis J. Lyell 
M. Clifton Maxwell 
Harvey J. Meltzer 
Harold W. Melvin 
David Miller 
Lawrence E. Noble, 
W. Lewis Nobles 
Jase O. Norsworthy 



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FACULTY MEMBERS 



Dr. Harry Campbeii 
R. Malcolm Guess 



Huey B. Howerton, Jr. 



Clyde L. Pearson 
John W. Prados 
Peter L. Raphael 
John B. Roqers 
Lester Shipley, Jr. 
Richard L. Smith 
William B. Theisman, 
Joel P. Walker, Jr. 
Richard G. Wails 
William F. Winter 
Charles E. Witt, Jr. 
Albert H. Woollett 



Dr. W. L. Kennon 



Jr. 



Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary scholastic fraternity 
for freshmen, has as its purpose the forwarding of scho- 
lastic ideals and achievements among freshman men. To 
attain membership in this organization it is necessary for 



the students to have not less than a 2.5 guality point aver- 
age in his first year of college work. Though selected in 
their freshman year the members remain active through- 
out their college career. 



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CHI EPSILON 



OFFICERS 

JACK M. REESE President ORVILLE S. BEARD 

JAMES N. WHITE Vice-President MOSES ATTAYA 

THOMAS E. FOSHEE Secretary 



Treasure 

Associate Editor of "The Transit" 



MEMBERS 



James S. Attaya 
Bruce S. Austin 
Jack C. Barrett 
Paul James Barton 
Frank Bellina 



Charles S. Bidqood 
Ralph E. Bradley 
Emmett C. Brown 
Phillip H. Galloway 
Glen Gartleman 



William E. Howard 
William H. Ivy 
Richard H. Kinq 
Tracy W. Lusk, Jr. 
Thomas McNutt 



Henry N. Moore 
Clarence H. Potts 
J. R. Smith 
Loren T. Younq 



Alfred Hume 



CHAPTER HONORARY MEMBERS 



Lee H. Johnson 



F. H. Kelloqq 



Chi Epsilon is a national honorary civil engineering acter, practicality, and sociability. This is the first year 

fraternity composed of juniors and seniors in the School of activity for Chi Epsilon at the University since 1943. 

of Engineering. Eligibility is based upon scholarship, char- 



First Row: Bruce Austin, Jack 
Barrett, Fau! Barton, Orville 
8eard, Frank Bellina, Charles 
Bidgood. Second Row: Ralph 
E. Bradley, Emmett Brown, 
Phil Galloway, Glen Gartle- 
man, William Howard. Wil- 
liam Ivy, Richard King. Third 
Row: Tracy Lusk, Henry 
Moore, Clarence Potts, Jack 
Reese, John R. Smith, James 
Wnite, Loren Young. 




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First Row: Thomas Bourdeaux 
Dudley Buford, Overton A. 
Currle, Arthur B. Custy, Elwyn 
Darden, Ernest Graves. Wil- 
liam Jeff Hamm. Second 
Row: Jack Harrington, 
Charles Henley, Henry Ware 
Hobbs, Robert J. Hobby, 
Delbert Hosemann, Homer 
Lee Howie, Ernest Jones. 
ThVd Row: William O. Lucfc- 
ett, Dale McKibben, Clifton 
Maxwell, William Moroney, 
Brinkley Morton, Charles M. 
Murphy, John C. Murray, Jr. 
Fourth Row: William Rybak, 
James E. S m it h , George 
Street, Robert Walker, Billy 
Walton, William Winter, 
Henry Wood. 



OFFICERS 

WILLIAM F. WINTER Magister OVERTON A. CURRIE 

WILLIAM O. LUCKETT Exchequer ERNEST M. JONES . . 



. . Clerk 
Historian 



MEMBERS 



Thomas D. Bourdeaux 
Paul D. Brandes 
Dudley Buford 
Arthur B. Custy 
Elwyn Darden 
Ernest W. Graves 
Jeff Hamm, Jr. 
Jack Harrington 



Charles Henley 
Henry Ware Hobbs 
Robert J. Hobby 
Delbert Hosemann 
Hamer Lee Howie 
Ernest M. Jones 
Byron Long 
Dale McKibben 



Clifton Maxwell 
William Moroney 
Brinkley Morton 
Charles M. Murphy 
John C. Murray, Jr. 
William Raworth 
William F. Riley 
William C. Rybak 



James E. Smith 
George Street 
Robert A. Walker 
Billy Walton 
Alonzo D. Welch 
John M. Weston 
Henry C. Wood 



Members of Mayes Inn of Phi Delta Phi, an honorary 
international legal fraternity, are chosen from those law 
students who have displayed the highest qualities of 
scholarship and character in their legal training. The or- 



ganization was formed at Ole Miss in 1927. Purpose of 
the fraternity is to promote culture and professional 
ethics in the legal profession. 



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OFFICERS 

NATHAN LEVY, JR President 

HARVEY MELTZER Vice-President 

ADA COHEN Secretary-Treasurer 







MEMBERS 




Herbert Cohen 


Fred Friedman 


Maurice Labens 


Peter Raphael 


Robert Covens 


Burney M. Fooks 


Raymond Murov 


Walter Rhulen 


Harry Cooperman 


Charles Hollander 


Arthur Okun 


Oscar Rutsky 


Harry Danciqer 


Maurice Joseph 


Morton Ornstein 


Jack Weil 


Charles Friedman 


Irwin Kaufman 


Henry Paris 


Melvin Wiener 



The 1 — 1 1 11 el Foundation is composed of Jewish students religious, cultural, and social information for its members, 

at Ole Miss. Sponsored by the Mississippi B'nai B'rith, a and to foster social opportunities among them. 

Jewish men's service organization, Hillel seeks to provide 



Firsf Row: Ada Cohen, Herb- 
ert Cohen, Robert Covens, 
Harry Cooperman. Harry 
Danciger, Charles Friedman. 
Fred Friedman. Second Row: 
Burney Fooks, Charles Hol- 
lander, Maurice Joseph, Irwin 
Kaufman, Maurice Labens, 
Nathan Levy, Harvey Meltzer. 
Third Row: Arthur Okun, 
Henry Paris, Peter Raphael, 
Walter Rhulen, Oscar Rutsky, 
Jack Weil. Melvin Wiener. 




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rirs* Row: Lydy Becker, Anne 
Berdon, Betty Brown, Nancy 
Chenault, Helen Coplen, 
Alice Critz, Ann Duke. 
Second Row: Barbara Fly, 
Patsy Haynes, Ruth Jenkins, 
BiMie Johnson, Eleanor Knee, 
Jean Lott, Patty McKay. 
Third Row: Anne McLean, 
Betsy Moore, Marilyn Nason, 
Jean Pemble, Pat Reilly, 
Gwen Walker, Margaiet 
Walters, Clarie Wells. 



MEMBERS 



MARILYN NASON Chi Omega 

ALICE CRITZ Chi Omega 

RUTH JENKINS Chi Omega 

ANNE McLEAN Chi Omega 

LYDY BECKER Delta Delta Delta 

ANN DUKE Delta Delta Delta 

PATTY McKAY Delta Delta Delta 

GWEN WALKER Delta Delta Delta 

NANCY CHENAULT Delta Gamma 

BETSY MOORE Delta Gamma 

BETTY BROWN Delta Zeta 



BILLIE JOHNSON Delta Zeta 

ELEANOR KNEE Kappa Delta 

JEAN LOTT Kappa Delta 

MARGARET WALTERS Kappa Delta 

ANN BERDON Kappa Kappa Gamma 

PAT REILLY Kappa Kappa Gamma 

BARBARA FLY Phi Mu 

JEAN PEMBLE Phi Mu 

CLAIRE WELLS Phi Mu 

HELEN COPLEN Zeta Tau Alpha 

PATSY HAYNES Zeta Tau Alpha 



MISS SALLY O'NEAL Sponsor 

Pix is an honorary inter-sorority secret society com- ing members of the various women's Greek letter groups 

posed of members from each of the sororities at the and to foster friendship between these organizations. 

University. The purpose of Pix is to recognize outstand- Membership is by invitation. 



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OFFICERS 

FRANCIS THOMAS ZACHARY Justice 

JAMES MILLARD PIERCE Vice-Justice 

WAYNE GRAHAM WILLIAMS Clerk 

THOMAS A. BELL Treasurer 






Paul Gilbert Alexander 

Cleveland Davis 
Ralph S. Dickerson 



MEMBERS 

Jackson Dalton Doty Carl Albert Megehee 

John M. Grower Robert D. Patterson 

Albert W. Jordan, Jr. Logan B. Phillips 



Noah Sweat 

Horace M. Watkins, Jr 

David John Whitaker 



Students in the School of Law who have attained the 
necessary class average and who meet character require- 
ments are eligible for membership in the national hon- 
orary legal fraternity. The local chapter, established in 



1929, is named for one of Mississippi's most famous 



statesmen, L. Q. C. Lamar. Its purpose is to promote fel- 



lowship and the ideals of the legal profession. 



First Row: Paul Alexander, 
Thomas Alvin Bell, Cleveland 
Davis, Ralph Dickerson, Jack- 
son Doty. Second Row: John 
Grower, Albert Jordan, Carl 
Magehee, Dewey Patterson, 
Logan Phillips. Third Row: 
James Pierce, Noah Sweat, 
Horace Watkins, David Whit- 
taker, F. T. Zachary. 




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First Row: James Avent, 
Winston Barnard, William 
Bell Bob Bledsoe, B. M. 
Brady, Shad Hill Caffey, Wil- 
fred Cole, Edmond Daly, 
Robert Dean, Charles Farris. 
Second Row: William Griffith, 
Walter Gunn, Joseph Guyton, 
Bob Hayes, R. T. Hollings- 
worth, Bernard Hunt, Sid 
Jones, George Lammons, Tom 
VI a g e e , Wallace Moore. 
Third Row: George Riley, 
Benjamin Rush, Lowery Rush, 
Charles Tanner, Floyd Thies- 
man, Charlton Vincent, Mike 
W i y g u I. Pledges: Jack 
Bishop, Frank Bowen, Al 
Bryan. Fourth Row: Ray 
Bryant, David Comfort, Bob 
Crockett, Kirby Day, Bob 
Duncan, Harmon Foster, Wil- 
liam Gillespie, James Gil- 
more Howard Gray, J. W. 
Harris. Fifth Row: Walter 
Henley, Billy Hoover, George 
Miller, Paul Mink, Joe Mc- 
Kell, Norman McKinnon, 
Curtis Roberts, Herbert 
Robinson, Leo Scanlon, H. D. 
Webster. 



OFFICERS 

WILFRED Q. COLE, JR President CHARLES TANNER Secretary 



WALTER GUNN Vice-President 



R. W. GRIFFITH, JR Treasurer 



MEMBERS 



J. K. Avent 
Winston Barnard 
Roy Barnes 
William Bell 
JackW. Bishop 
Bob Bledsoe 
Frank W. Bowen 
B. M. Brady 
Al Bryan 
Ray Bryant 
S. H. Caffey, Jr. 
Hilmon Castle 
David M. Comfort 
Bob Crockett 



E. J. Daly 
Kirby Day, Jr. 
R. D. Dean 
J. R. Denton 
Bob Duncan 
Charles Farris 
Harmon Foster 
William M. Gillespie 
James O. Gilmore 
Howard R. Gray 
Joseph L. Guyton 
Jeff W. Harris 
Bob Hayes 
Walter Henley 



R. T. Holiingsworth 

Billy B. Hoover 

Bernard Hunt 

Sid D. Jones 

G. L. Lammons 

T. E. Magee 

George Miller 

Paul E. Mink 

Wallace C. Moore, Jr. 

Joe P. McKell 

Norman A. McKinnon, Jr. 

Ben O'Kelly 

Charles Pearce 

Coleman Pickle 



George A. Riley 
Curtis D. Roberts 
Herbert H. Robinson 
Benjamin Rush 
Lowery Rush 
Leo J. Scanlon, Jr. 
R. E. L. Stewart 
Joe Stribling 
Floyd Thiesman 
Bob Turnage 
Charlton Vincent 
Willis Walker 
H. D. Webster, Jr. 
Mike Wiygul 



Phi Chi medical fraternity is composed of members 
chosen for intelligence and for their interest in the pro- 
fession. Theta Pi chapter was formed at Ole Miss on 



March 22, 1926. Its purpose is to further the ideals of 
the medical profession. 



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The Sweat twins, Commerce Queens for Delta Sigma Pi. 



OFFICERS 

BOB ELLIS Headmaster 

J. B. BROWN Senior Warden 

SYLVESTER McLAURIN Junior Warden 

ED BOWMAN Scribe 

JOHN SHIELDS Treasurer 

DR. HORACE B. BROWN Advisor 

WYLIE STEVENS Historian 

JAMES HALL Efficiency Chairman 

GERALD WALTERS Editor 



DELTA 
SIGMA 
P I 



MEMBERS 



Mack A. Adams 
Hicks Anderson 
Lewis C. Beasley 
Lloyd M. Bridqers 
James R. Copeland 
Robert A. Dowdle 
Winfield Dunn 
Cecil C. Fox 
William R. Gardner 
Milton S. Hooper 
William Thad Jacobs 
William B. Little 
Ralph H. Marble 



Harold W. Melvin 
Robert H. Mullett 
Robert L. Nichols 
Victor J. Philippi 
Cecil P. Ramer 
Henry V. Robinson 
Ralph A. Roll 
Thomas A. Ross 
Richard L. Smith 
Louis L. Vise 
Thomas H. Watts 
Lee R. Williams 
Charles E. Witt 



Delta Sigma Pi executive council. 





First Row: Mack Adams, Hicks Anderson, Lewis Beasley, Edgar 
Bowman, Lloyd Bridgers, Jasper B. Brown, James R. Copeland, 
Amos Dowdle. 

Second Row: Winfield Dunn, Robert Ellis, Cecil Fox, William R. 
Gardner, James H. Hall, Milton Hooper, William Jacobs, Robert 
S. McLaurin. 



Delta Sigma Pi is a professional commerce and busi- 
ness administration fraternity organized to foster the 
study of business in universities. Further aims are to en- 
courage scholarship and association of students for mu- 
tual advancement by research and practice. Membership 
is restricted to majors in the School of Commerce and 
Business Administration who have met necessary scho- 
lastic reguirements and are approved by the organiza- 
tion. 



Third Row: Ralph Marble, Harold Melvin, Robert Mullett, Robert 
Nichols, Victor J. Philippi, Cecil Ramer, Henry V. Robinson, Ralph 
Roll. 

Fourth Row: Thomas Albert Ross, John R. Sheilds, Richard Smith, 
Wylie C. Stevens, Louis Vise, Gerald Walters, Thomas Watts, Lee 
R. Williams. 

Miss Elinor Green is presented a trophy as "Rose of Delta Sigma Pi' 




sinn ALPHA IOTA 



OFFICERS 



MARGARET ANN BOWEN . 
LADYE NEILSON 

NENA MURPHREE 



. . President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



Aline Liles 



MEMBERS 

Billie Claire McLendon 
Mary Forest McCall 



Ann Penn 



Sigma Alpha lota is national honorary musical music courses and are recommended by the fac- 



fraternity for women. Its purposes are to uphold 
the ideals of the musical profession. Membership 



is restricted to graduate and undergraduate 



ulty of the Department of Music. Alpha Omega 



chapter of the fraternity was formed at Ole Miss 



music students who meet requirements in their in 1939. 



First Row: Margaret 
Bowen, Aline Liles, Mary 
Forrest McCall. 

Second Row: Nena Mur- 
phree, Ladye Neilson, Ann 
Penn. 




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First Row: Victor Apple- 
William W. Barnard, Shed 
Hill Caffey, Billy Collum, 
3eniamin Lampton Crawford. 
Jr., Betty Drury, George Ed- 
mondson, George Ellis. Second 
Row: Barbara Fly, John 
Frazier, Elizabeth Gist, Rob- 
ert Henry Glover, Martha 
Goss, Howard Gray, John F. 
Jackson, James Krestensen. 
Third Row: Lucy Lawson, 
Dora Dean McGee, John L. 
MeGee, Warren David Mann, 
George Miller, Robert And- 
rew Mitchell, William Lewis 
Nobles, Eleanor Norsworthy. 
Fourth Row: John Melvin 
Patterson, Gisela Sauerberg 
Bernard Seymour, E d s e I 
Stewart William H. Tolbert, 
Shelby Wallace, Jack Witch- 
en, Frank Mike Wiygul, Jim- 
my Zachary. 



OFFICERS 

BOYD ZACHARY President BETTY DRURY . 

JOHN JACKSON Vice-President DR. F. M. HULL 

BARBARA FLY Secretary 



Historian 

Treasurer and Faculty Counselor 



MEMBERS 



Vii lor Applewhite 

W. W. Barnard 

J. S. Brown 

Shed Hill Caffey 

Billy Collum 

Benjamin L. Crawford, Jr 

Tom Culley 

Kirby Day 

George Edmonson 

George Ellis 

Gloria Hughes Franklin 



Malcolm Franklin 
John Frazier 
Elizabeth Gist 
Robert Henry Glover 
Mrs. Martha Goss 
Howard Gray 
James P. Holloway 
James Krestensen 
Lucy Lawson 
Dora Dean McGee 
John L. McGee 
Warren David Mann 



George Miller 
Robert Andrew Mitchel 
Lewis Nobles 
Eleanor Norsworthy 
John Melvin Patterson 
Mrs. Bernice B. Rice 
Robert R. Roper 
Eloise Rowland 
Gisela Sauerberg 
Bernard Seymour 
Charles Moncure 
Edsel Stewart 



William H. Tolbert 
Lee Wallace 
Jack Witchen 
Frank Wiyqul 
Dr. Elmer Hammond 
Dr. Vernon B. Harrison 
Dr. Frank M. Hull 
Berwind Kaufmann 
Dr. Dean R. Parker 
Herman Thiqpen 
Howard Vincent Weems 



A national honorary fraternity for biologists, Beta Beta Beta Kappa chapter was formed at Ole Miss in 1941. The 

Beta chooses its members from biology students who meet fraternity serves as a focal point for biology students on 

certain standards of scholarship and scientific aptitude. the campus. 



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I) I! U N I Z A T I 



OFFICERS 

J. W. McDANIELS President 

PETE CASTLE Vice-President 

BETTY JANE HADAD Secretary-Treasurer 

NEAL DOOLEY Publicity 



Betty Abraham 
Charles Abraham 
Carniq Aiamian 
Ruth Ball 
Billy E. Berry 
Billy Boolos 
Theodore Brunelle 
Stanley Brunt 
Ursula Byrd 
Winston Caperton 
Wilva Cearley 
William A. Carlisle 
L. H. Clay 
Ada Cohen 
Amy Jo Cole 
Maurice Colly 
Bob Dixon 
Bobby Donald 
Nick George Elchos 
James Farragut 
Oscar L. Farragut 
Margie Fields 
Walter F. Fisher 
William Flinn 
Charles Frazier 
Eduardo Gaitan-Duran 
David Goforth 
H. M. Hall 
Dewey Harden 



MEMBERS 

Boyd E. Harper, Jr. 
Marilyn Harper 
Joseph B. Hawkins 
Curtis Hinson 
Jerry Lloyd Hopkins 
Mike Isom, Jr. 
Alex Jabour 
Imoqene Johnson 
Albert Jones 
Rosemary Keesling 
Virginia Ludlow 
Kerry Lyon 
Byrd McAdo 
Alvie C. McCully 
John McDavid 
Ervin McKay 
Robert McJunkin 
Voss McRaney, Jr. 
Dot Malone 
Darwin Maples 
Albert Monroe 
Cesare Marrone 
N. L. Neyland 
E. L. Norsworthy 
Nina Mae Nosser 
Hazel Oakes 
Myrleen Oakes 
Billie R. Ousley 
Barbara Parker 



Independent officers: Hadad, McDaniels, Castle. 



Dyral Parker 
H. A. Parrish 
Elmyra Pierocich 
Tracy Rainey 
Frank Ramsey, Jr. 
Louis Ramsey 
Jimmy L. Richmond 
Fred D. Robinson 
John H. Rogers 
George M. Ryan, Jr 
James W. Saul 
Patty Scarborrough 
William Scott 
Oliver Elmo Shipp 
Kathrine Sparkman 
Fred Stegall 
R. L. Stegall 
T. J. Stevens, Jr. 
Hiram G. Stuart 
Jeryle Taylor 
Murphy Taylor 
Lee Thomas 
Fay Upton 
Shirley Uth 
Buford H. Wilkerson 
Genevieve Williams 
Owen K. Williamson 
C. L. Wilson 






OPPOSITE PAGE: 

First Row: Betty Abraham, Charles 
Abraham, Carnig Ajamian. 

Second Row: Billy E. Berry, Billy 
Boolos, Stanley Brunt. 

Third Row: Ursula Byrd, Winston Ca- 
perton, William A. Carlisle. 

Fourth Row: L. H. Clay, Ada Cohen, 
Amy Jo Cole. 

Fifth Row: Maurice Colly, Bobby 
Donald, Nick George Elchos. 

Sixth Row: James Farragut, Oscar 
Farragut, Marjorie Fields. 



ABOVE: 

First Row: Walter F. Fisher, William 
Flinn, Charles Frazier, Eduardo Gai- 
tan-Duran, David Goforth, Hurst Hall, 
Dewey Harden, Marilyn Harper, 
Joseph B. Hawkins, Curtis Hinson. 

Second Row: Lloyd Hopkins, Mike 
Isom, Alexander Jabour, Imogene 
Johnson, Albert Jones, Rosemary 
Keesling, Virginia Ludlow, Kerry Lyon, 
Alvie C. McCully, John McDavid. 
Third Row: Ervin McKay, Robert E. 
McJunkin, Voss Raney, Dot Malone, 
Darwin Maples, Albert Monroe, Nor- 
man L. Neyland, Eleanor Norsworthy, 
Nina Mae Nosser Hazel Oakes. 



Fourth Row: Myrleen Oakes, Billy 
Ousley, Barbara Parker, Dyral Parker, 
Herron Parrish, Elmyra Pierocich, 
Tracy Rainey, Frank Ramsey, Jr., Louis 
Ramsey, Jimmy Richmond. 

Fifth Row: John H. Rogers, George 
Ryan, James W. Saul, Patty Scarbor- 
ough, William Scott, Elmo Shipp, 
Kathrine Sparkman, Fred Stegall, 
Roby Stegall, Thomas Stevens. 

Sixth Row: Hiriam G. Stuart, Jeryl 
Taylor, Murphy Taylor, Lee Thomas, 
Faye Upton, Shirley Uth, Buford H. 
Wilkerson, Genevieve Williams, 
Creiqhton Wilson, Samuel Wood. 



The Independent organization is composed of students 
who do not belong to a social fraternity. It is a coed or- 
ganization. All independent students are not necessarily 



members of the organization, but membership is open to 
them. The main purpose of the group is to further the 
social life of the non-Greek students. 



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PAUL R. SHELLABARGER 
JOSEPH F. NUCKOLLS . 
CLYDE L. PEARSON . . 



OFFICERS 

. . President OUITMAN H. McDANIEL, JR. 

Vice-President JOHN T. CASE 

. . Secretary THOMAS K. BUCKLEY . . . 



Treasurer 
Historian 
Chaplain 



MEMBERS 



F. L. Baria 
Duane Capps 
Upton Coolc 
Georqe W. Edmonston 
Earl F. Fortenberry 



Paul A. Frasier 
James P. Holloway 
Clyde G. Huqqins 
Thomas G. Loftin 
J. P. Lonqino 



Billy N. McAdo 
J. Warren McDaniel 
John R. McHuqh 
Malcolm L. Miller 
William Lewis Nobles 



Robert Price 
Georqe D. Slay 
Norman S. Thompson 
Joseph P. Upton 



Beta Rho chapter of Kappa Psi pharmaceutical fra- 
ternity was reactivated on the Ole Miss campus in May, 
1947, after some 17 years of inactivity. Members are 
chosen in recognition of their scholastic standing, gen- 



eral ability, character and personality. They are expected 
to exert their utmost efforts to preserve and further the 
ideals of the pharmaceutical profession. 



First Row: F. L. Baria, Curtis 
Blomquist, Edward Nason 
Brock. Thomas K. Buckley, 
Duane Capps, John T. Case, 
John D. Dame. Second Row: 
George W. Edmonston. Earl 

F. Fortenberry, W. Edmon- 
ston Fortenberry, Paul A. 
Frasier, Marvin Lynn Garrett, 
Clyde G. Huggir>s, Thomas 

G. Loftin. Third Row: Billy 
N. McAdo, J. Warren Mc- 
Daniel, Quitman H. Mc- 
Daniel, Jr., John R. McHugh, 
Malcolm L. Miller. William 
Lewis Nobles, Joseph F. 
Nuckols. Fourth Row: Clyde 
L. Pearson, Robert R. Price, 
Paul R. Shellabarger. George 
D. Slay, Norman S. Thomp- 
ion, Joseph P. Upton, Charles 
H. Young. 




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First Row: Bruce Austin, Jack 
Barrett, Paul Barton, Frank 
8elliiia. Robert Bowen, James 
E. Bowie, Reuben Boyett, 
James E. Bramuchi, Emmett 
C. Brown. Second Row: Rob- 
ertson Dailey, Jr.. Charles W. 
Dean James H. Dorroh, Louis 
C. Fields, Jr., James W. Fol- 
lansbee, Royce W. Fudge, 
Phillip H. Galloway, Glen A. 
Gartelman, Walter R. Hager. 
Third Row: William M. 
Hardee, Vasser B. Hemphill, 
Jr., Fred H. Hohenschutz. 
George P. Hopkins, Jr., Har- 
-y B. Hungerford, Jr., Wil- 
liam H. Ivy, James H. Jones 
Richard H. King William M\ 
Loftis. Jr., Hewett F. McEl- 
roy. Fourth Row: Taylor H. 
McElroy, William T. McNutt, 
Norfleet Moore, Cleon S. 
Moore, Thomas Larkin Mize, 
Edward Nelson, John L. Pitts, 
Clarence H. Potts. James G. 
Putman, Jack M. Reese. Fifth 
Row: William Maxie Scott, 
Thomas S. Stedman, Robert 
Turner, James N. White. AS- 
SOCIATE MEMBERS: David 
L. Barton Vincent Bellipani, 
Jordan M. Bonner, Cyril J. 
Fayard, Robert A. French, 
Eduardo Gaitan-Duran. 



OFFICERS 

R. MILTON WILLIAMS President VASSAR D. HEMPHILL, JR Secretary 

PAUL J. BARTON Vice-President FRANK A. BELLINA Treasurer 



Harvey C. Aden 
Moses Attaya 
Bruce G. Austin 
Jack C. Barrett 
Allen Bodron 
Robert F. Bowen 
James E. Bowie 
Ruben W. Boyett 
James E. Bramuchi 
Emmett C. Brown 
Clifford C. Burgess 
Robertson Dailey, Jr. 



Charles VV. Dean 
James H. Dorroh 
Louis C. Fields, Jr. 
James W. Follansbee 
Thomas E. Foshee 
Royce W. Fudqe 
Phillip H. Galloway 
Glenn A. Gartelman 
Walter R. Haqer 
William M. Hardee 
Fred H. Hohenschutz 
George P. Hopkins, Jr. 



Harry B. Hungerford, Jr. 
William H. Ivy 
Paul W. Johnson 
James H. Jones 
Richard H. King 
Veto B. Ligon 
William M. Loftis, Jr. 
Hewlett F. McElroy 
Taylor H. McElroy 
John A. McFadden 
William T. McNutt 
John F. Maugh 



Norfleet Moore 
Cleon S. Moore 
Thomas Larkin Mize 
Ervin E. Nelson 
John L. Pitts, Jr. 
Clarence H. Potts 
James G. Putman 
Jack M. Reese 
William Maxie Scott 
Thomas S. Stedman 
Robert Turner 
James N. White 



David Barton 
Vincent F. Bellipani 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



Jordan M. Bonner 
Cyril J. Fayard 



Robert A. French 
Eduardo Gaitan-Duran 



Sam D. Parker 



The American Society of Civil Engineers is the nation's standards and advances knowledge and practice in the 

oldest engineering society. It promotes high professional fields of engineering and architecture. 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 



OFFICERS 



JOAN JOHNSON President 

ALICIA ROLLINS Vice-President 

JAN HAYS Corresponding Secretary 



MARGARET ZDERAD Recording Secretary 

JEAN LOTT Treasurer 

CAROLYN PREWITT Publicity 



MISS DOROTHY WARNER Advisor 



MEMBERS 



Christine Anderson 
Gloria Anderson 
Barbara Banahan 
Diana Beaton 
Barbara Barnes 
Jane Boring 
Catherine Bowen 
Charleene Buck 
Suzette Buehler 
Mary Elizabeth Cates 
Emily Colbert 
Tennie Coleman 



Charm Crum 
Vegi Dick 
Mary J. Eckles 
Ethel Eskerage 
Katherine Faherty 
Elaine Fitzpatrick 
Ruth Hargrove 
Laddie Harton 
Betty Higdon 
Alice Hunter 
Olivia Lewis 



Yvette Lewis 
Charlotte Lowery 
Fannie McFall 
Robbie Mclntyre 
Peggy Mahoney 
Betty Marable 
Merie Martin 
Emily Moore 
Joyes Murphy 
Myrleen Oakes 
Pat Pack 



Barbara Price 
Elizabeth Smith 
Gloria Steadman 
Lanesse Thompson 
Francile Walter 
Mary Frances Waring 
Cookie Wasson 
Carolyn Williams 
Paty Williams 
Kay Yockey 
Harvey Ross Young 






In order to bring women students together and inform 
them of the opportunities in the field of home economics, 
as well as to promote clean, healthful, home life, the 



Home Economics club was formed at Ole Miss in 1938. 
The organization is open to any woman student who has 
had a course in the department or who is taking one. 



fivst Row: Christine Ander- 
son, Gloria Anderson, Barb- 
ara Banahan, Diana Beaton, 
Barbara Barnes, Jane Boring, 
Catherine Bowen, Charleene 
Buck, Suzette Buehler, Mary 
Elizabeth Cates. Second 
Row: Emily Colbert, Teeme 
Ccleman Charm Crum, Vegi 
Dick, Mary J. Eckles, Ethel 
Eskerage, Katherine Faherty, 
Elaine Fitzpatrick, Ruth Har- 
grove, Laddie Harton. Third 
Row: Jan Hayes, Bettye 
Higdon, Alice Hunter, Joan 
Johnson, Olivia Lewis, Yvette 
Lewis, Jean Lott, Charlotte 
Lowery, Fannie McFall, 
Bob bye Mclntyre. Fourth 
Row: Minette Mahoney, Bet- 
*y Marable, Merle Martin, 
Em'lv Moore, Joyes Murphy, 
Myrlien Oakes, Patricia 
Pack, Carolyn Prewitt, Bar- 
bara PHce, Elizabeth Smith. 
Fittn Row: Alicia Rollins, 
Gloria Steadman, Lannese 
Ihompson, Francile Waters, 
Mary Frances Waring, Lida 
Wa>ion, Carolyn Williams, 
Pat Williams, Kay Yockey, 
Harvey Ross Young, Mar- 
garet Zdered. 




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MEMBERS 



BILL WOODS Leader and Pianist 

KELLY CLIFFORD Bass 

BOOCHIE WELLS Drums 

MOSE ALLISON Trumpet and Arranger 

BILL KING Trumpet 

L. C. O'FERRAL Trumpet 

HERBERT TRAMMELL Trombone 



JOE STOKES Trombone 

WOODY COLLINS Alto Saxophone 

BUNKY LANE Alto Saxophone 

ELWYN SHAKLEFORD Tenor Saxophone 

BILL KATZ Tenor Saxophone 

DONALD AIKEN Baritone Saxophone 

SARA WOODS Vocalist 



The Mississippians is the official school orches- 
tra, playing at all official affairs and at social 
functions when they are requested. The organiza- 
tion makes an annual Christmas tour over the 



state. The orchestra has visited Tupelo, Corinth, 
Greenwood, Greenville, Clarksdale, Rosedale and 
other delta towns. 



THE MISSISSIPPIANS 



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AMERICAN 

PHARMACEUTICAL 

ASSOCIATION 



One ot the student branches of the American Pharmaceutical Asso- 



ciation, the chapter here is composed of students enrolled in the School 
of Pharmacy. It seeks to advance knowledge and high professional 
standards in the field. Experts in the profession are regularly brought 



to the campus to speak before the group. 





First Row: Phil Alexander, Harold Arnold, Dougla 
Aultman. Second Row: Vernon Bailey, Alex Ba 
Falcoln Baria. Third Row: Emery Battle, Jack Berch, 
John Bethany. Fourth Row: C. C. Blomguist, L. A. 
Boatwright, William Booth. Fifth Row: Webb Bos- 
well, Homer Boutwell, E. W. Bowie. Sixth Row: 
Joe Bradley, Harold Brewer, Edward Brock. Seventh 
Row: John Buckley, Thomas Buckley, Burchfield Bul- 
lock. 



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First Row: Marko Butirich, William Butler, Duane Capps, W. R. 
Catchings, R. L. Chapman, Edward Cook, Robert Covens, John 
Dame. Second Row: Fred Davis, James Day, Eugene DeBow, 
Roy Dickerson, James Dietz, D. D. Driver, P. F. Edgar, G. W. 
Edmonston. Third Row: W. M. Edwards, J. H. Emerson, Wil- 
liam Fant, W. L. Farrell, R. M. Farris, J. G. Ferguson, T. J. 
Finch, Howard Floyd. Fourth Row: J. F. Fly, E. F. Fortenberry, 



W. McDaniel, Q. H. McDaniel, John R. McHugh. 



W. L. Fortenberry, Paul Frasier, R. T. Furr, M. L. Garrett, W. 
B. Gill, J. E. Gore. Fifth Row: W. N. Gray, P. L. Griffin, Van 
Grisham, W. J. Hardy, B. M. Henry, Granville Hicks, Ralph 
Hightower, W. H. Hillard. Sixth Row: William Hinton, James 
Hogue, R. H. Hudson, Thomas Hull, J. C. Johnson, Charles 
Lane, Lamar Lane, J. S. Latture. Seventh Row: John D. Laws, 
J. F. Lewis, A. A. Logue, David D. Low, Billy N. McAdoo, J. 



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MEMBERS 


NOT APPEARING IN PANEL 


H. B. Anderson 


G. 1. Edmondson 


N. W. Morris 


J. A. Ashmore 


D. R. Ford 


H. B. Neely 


L. T. Baker 


S. H. Francis 


R. S. Nichols 


A. D. Ball 


G. E. French 


W. F. O'Donnell 


R. M. Blakely 


L. G. Gafford 


A. B. Phillipps 


J. S. Bowles 


T. J. Gill 


G. O. Pierce 


J. D. Boyd 


J. Greqorio 


M. B. Pierce 


C. E. Broyles 


R. B. Halton 


A. F. Ramirez 


L. Bullock 


E. B. Henson 


S. E. Robinson 


J. T. Case 


G. M. Hill 


P. H. Russell 


H. E. Cerezo 


L. G. Hopkins 


W. E. Skinner 


L. H. Clay 


E. S. Houqh 


F. K. Smith 


R. A. Colon-Candelaria 


W. L. Jones 


E. C. Taylor 


W. J. Condon 


E. S. Keaton 


W. M. Tomes 


O. U. Cook 


T. E. Kellinq 


L. C. Truell 


W. W. Cornelius 


R. A. Lemoine 


E. A. Tullos 


L. J. Cos+ner 


J. C. Leslie 


V. W. Vowell 


W. B. Cotttinqham 


M. W. Levi 


M. H. Walton 


C. R. Crook 


T. G. Loftin 


E. L. Warren 


J. D. Crump 


J. P. Lonqino 


H. L. Winq 


J. W. Daniel 


J. D. McElroy 


Jack K. Wolverton 


V. S. Dayton 


Fred W. McEwen 


James H. Wooley 


R. A. Dixon 


S. H. Meek 


W. H. Wroten 





First Row: Elton Mcintosh, J. D. McKenzie, W. A. 
McPheeters. Second Row: William Mabry, W. D. 
Mann, Earl Marshall. Third Row: Sara Mayfield, 
V. G. Meaders, H. J. Meltzer. Fourth Row: F. D. 
Mestayer, Malcolm Miller, Jack Millikan. Fifth 
Row: James Olen Mills, C. H. Montgomery, Joe 
Moore. Sixth Row: G. H. Mullican, Guy Newcomb, 
Jason Niles. Seventh Row: Joy Nobles, J. F. Nuc- 
kolls, Inez Odom. 




First Row: Tommy Or, John D. Owings, William Pace, James 
Parkin, Almond Patrick, Clyde L. Pearson, Walter Pearson, 
Stanley Peckham. Second Row: R. N. Pletcher, Robert Price, 
James L. Quinn, James Quint, Frank Ramsey, Joe Richard, 
Henry Rose, K. B. Royster. Third Row: O. A. Rutsky, C. W. 
Salter, James Savage, Sam Scott, V. F. Scott, P. R. Shellabar- 
ger, R. M. Shelton, Donald Shipp. Fourth Row: Ralph Schultz, 
Richard Sires, George Slay, F. O. Smith, John Smith, Joseph 



Smith, James Snow, J. E. Staples. Fifth Row: Henry Stowers, 
William Tabor, Richard Tapp, Robert Thomason, N. S. Thomp- 
son, T. L. Thompson, James Tigrett, Oscar Turnbow. Sixth 
Row: Joseph P. Upton, W. D. VanDevender, Joy Walters, 
Oliver Walters, Jack Watson, John M. Watts, Monroe Wells, 
Ernest Whiddon. Seventh Row: E. C. Williams, James Wise, 
Jack Wolverton, Bill Woods, L. C. Wright, Alva Wylie, Neil 
Yelverton, Charles Young. 



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First Row: Bob Andrea, Pat Caffey, John Chalk, Jeff Cole, Bobby Donald. Second Row: Bob Edwards, Nick Elchos, Les Fletcher, Boyd Harper, Tom 
Jenkins, Clint Johnson. Third Row: Whit Johnson, Maurice Labens, Bob Little, Conntll Miller, Ed Neilson, R. B. Reeves. 



The eighteen members of the Cardinal Club are composed of one man 
from each of the 15 social fraternities on the campus and three men from 
the campus at large. The president of the organization is a junior, chosen 
from the membership of the preceding year, while the rest of the mem- 
bers are sophomores. 

A service organization, the club was organized in 1927 for the purpose 
of entertaining and assisting visiting athletic teams. It functions at all ath- 
letic contests on the campus. The huge bonfires preceding home football 
games are constructed largely through the efforts of the Cardinal club. 



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A I 



CLUB 



OFFICERS 

JACK CUNNINGHAM President 

R. B. REEVES Vice-President 

TOM JENKINS Treasurer 

CLINT JOHNSON Secretary 

MEMBERS 

TOM JENKINS Alpha Tau Omeqa 

BOB ANDREA Beta Theta Pi 

JEFF COLE Delta Kappa Epsilon 

LES FLETCHER Delta Psi 

BOBBY DONALD Independent 

BOYD HARPER Independent 

JOHN CHALK Kappa Alpha 

PAT CAFFEY Kappa Sigma 

WHIT JOHNSON Phi Delta Theta 

JACK CUNNINGHAM Ph; Delta Theta 

MAURICE LABENS Phi Epsilon Pi 

CLINT JOHNSON Ph; Kappa Psi 

CARROLL McCOY p; Kappa Alpha 

ED NEILSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

CONNELL MILLER Sigma Pi Epsilon 

R- B - REEV ES Sigma Nu 

BOB EDWARDS Sigma Pi 

BOB LITTLE Sigma Chi 

MERRICK TURPIN Sponsor 




y . m . c . \ . 



OFFICERS 

TOM WATTS President STANLEY THAMES Treasurer 

JOE GILLESPIE Secretary REV. WILEY CRITZ General Secretary 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



BEN SAMUELS . 
HAROLD BREWER 



Community Service 
Social Recreation 



WILLIAM ELAM Veteran Service 



LOUIS LYELL 



BILLY FLOWERS Religious Service 

JIMMY MUSKELLEY Freshman 

GAYLE BEANLAND Publicity 

World Relation 



The YMCA was organized on the Ole Miss 
campus in 1868 in order to encourage whole- 
some Christian living. The women's organization, 
the YWCA, was formed here in 1899. The Rev- 



erend Wiley H. Critz is general secretary of the 
YMCA, while Miss Lynda Ramey is general sec- 
retary for the women's group. The two organi- 
zations provide the recreational equipment in the 



First Row: Gayle Bean- 
land, Harold Brewer, Wil- 
liam Elam, Billy Flowers, 
Joe Gillespie. 

Second Row: Louis Lyell, 
Jimmy Muskelley, Ben- 
ford Samuels, Stanley 
Thames, Thomas Watts. 





First Row: Betty Alford, 
Claire Aycock, Montie 
Barringer, Harriet Geisoi- 
berger, Mary Faye Hamil. 

Second Row: Dorothy 
Hamm, Betsy Moore, 
Betty Rives, Martha Sum- 
ners, Virginia Tansil, 
Martha Wrenn. 



"Y" building, sponsor broadcasts of off-campus 
football games, the pays expenses for the annual 
Religious Emphasis week. During examination 
weeks, regular "coffee hours" are held in the 
"Y" building for the refreshment of the students. 



Funds for the "Y" come partly from an annual 
campus drive. Membership is on a voluntary 
basis, and each student at the University is eligi- 
ble for membership. 



OFFICERS 

CLAIRE ANN AYCOCK President BETTY ALFORD Secretary 

WATSIE SUMNERS Vice-President HARRIET GEISINBERGER Treasurer 

MISS LYNDA RAMEY General Secretary 

COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

DOT HAMM Community Service VIRGINIA TANSIL Freshman 

MARTHA WRENN Social and Recreation MARY FAYE HAMIL Building Service 

MRS. TYRUS PRITCHARD Veteran Service MONTIE BARRINGER World Relations 

BETTY RIVES Religious Services BETSY MOORE Publicity 



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20) 



THE WESLEY FOUNDATION 



ED JOHNSTON 
EUGENE DYESS 



OFFICERS 

. . President VIRGINIA TANSIL Secretary 

Vice-President BILLY K. CHAPMAN Treasurer 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 



JO BOGARD Community Service 

EVERETT BOWIE Literature 

BETTY BROWN Publicity 

BILLY K. CHAPMAN Finance 

BETTY CRIGGER Music 



THELMA LENZ Suppers 

ED PARRISH Worship 

BETTY RIVES Recreation 

LOUIS VISE Membership-Attendance 

WESLEY WALTON Special Programs 



REV. JOSEPH P. McCLUSKEY Director 



The Wesley Foundation is an arm of the Methodist All student members of the Methodist Church are eligible 

Church reaching to the college campuses. It aims to for membership, 

foster the social, moral, and spiritual needs of students. 



First Row: Jo B o g a r d, 
Everette Bowie, Betty 
Brown, Billy Chapman. 

Second Row: Betty Crig- 
ger, Eugene Dyess, Ed 
Johnston, Thelma Lenz. 

Third Row: Ed Parrish, 
Betty Rives, Virginia Tan- 
sil, Louis Vise, Wesley 
Walton. 





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Tim 




First Row: Frances Bar- 
rett, Overton Currie, Hay- 
ward D i I I a r d, William 
Earnest. 

Second Row: Marvin 
Kemp, Dale H. McKibben, 
Brinkley Morton, Thomas 
Ott, Jack S. Parker. 



OFFICERS 



OVERTON CURRIE President 



JACK S. PARKER Vice-President 



WILLIAM EARNEST Treasurer 



DALE H. McKIBBEN Secretary 



FRANCIS S. BARRETT 



HAYWARD DILLARD 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



WILLIAM S. GRIFFIN 



MARVIN KEMP 



BRINKLEY MORTON 



TOM OTT 



Founded in May, 1944, the World War II Veterans 
Collegiate association seeks to unite veterans for the 
promotion of fellowship and scholarship. All students, 
faculty members, and staff members of the University 



who have served in the armed forces of the United 
States, who have an honorable discharge or inactive duty 
status, are eligible for membership. 



WORLD WAR R VETERAN!! COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION 



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First Row: Glen Anderson, Mike Arsulich, Rene H. Bachand, Frank Barrett, John F. Bat. Frank Bellipanni, Vince Bellipanni, Joe EenvernuHi, Don Blanchard, 
Sue Block, Don Boudreaux. Second Row: Marko Butrich, Robert Campion, Norma Collins, Jerome Daly, Louis Day, Edgar Denk, Annie Marie Desaix, Vegi 
Dick, Kathryn Falerty, Betty Farrell, Clay Files. Third Row: Joe Forte, Bruno Furini, Eduardo Gaitan, Jack Geary, James Gilbert, Thomas Goggin, 
Betty Herlihy, Carol Hicks, Elizabeth Hughes, Maggie Jackson,, Sophie Juikin. Fourth Row: Greg Kergosien, Bill Korndorffer, Faton Lang, Gus Logue, 
Edward Marganski, Olio Mollere, Anthony Nunez, John Pardos, Walter Reagan, Carolyn Ross, Lawrence Semski. Fifth Row: Mary Alice Shourds, George 
Smith, Joseph Stephens, John Venoski, Buford Wells, Charles Whitam, Quincy Winston, Gordon Willis, Charles Wynn, Edward Yoste, Herbert Zshokke. 



OFFICERS 

EATON LANG President 

DON BLANCHARD Vice-President 

BETTY HERLIHY Secretary 

JOHN PRADOS Treasurer 

JOE BENVENUTTI Parliamentarian 

HERBERT ZSCHOKKE ' Sergeant-at-Arms 

FATHER C. J. MANON Chaplain 



The Newman club is a Catholic organization dedicated to the spiritual 
betterment of its members, fellowship, and the promotion of Catholic 
ideals on the campus. It provides the Catholic students with spiritual, 
cultural and educational activities. 



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CLUB 



COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

DON BLANCHARD Executive Committee 

JAMES R. GILBERT, JR Publicity Committee 

ROBERT CAMPION Membership Committee 

HERBERT ZSCHOKKE Ways and Means Committee 

CAROL KNOST Social Committee 

GREG KERGOSIEN Gulf States Province of Newman Clubs 

JAMES R. GILBERT, JR Editor of THE LAYMAN 



MEMBERS 



Bill Allain 
Glen Anderson 
Mike Arsulich 
Rene H. Bachand 
Frank Barrett 
John Bat 
Charles Baylot 
Frank Bellipani 
Vince Bellipani 
Joe Benvenutti 
Don Blanchard 
Sue Block 
Don Boudreaux 
Jim Bramuchi 
Marko Butirich 
Pat Caino 
Bob Campion 
Norma Collins 
Jerome Daly 
Louis Day 
Edgar Denk 
Anne Marie Desaix 
Veqi Dick 
Kathryn Faherty 



Betty Farrell 

George Fentriss 

Clay Files 

Joe Forte 

Bruno Furini 

D. E. Gaitan 

Jack Geary 

Paul Gerard 

Clay Gex 

James R. Gilbert, Jr. 

Thomas Goggin 

Gerry Haas 

Earl Heberer 

Betty Herlihy 

Carol Hicks 

Frank Hosak 

Elizabeth Hughes 

John Hunt 

Maggie Jackson 

Sophie Junkin 

Jack Kelahan 

Bob Kelly 

Greg Kergcsien 

A. J. Klotz 

Carol Knost 



Bill Korndorffer 
Eaton Lang 
Gus Logue 
Edward Marganski 
Mile Marshall 
Bernice Mazurek 
Olio Mollere 
A. B. Nunez 
John Prados 
Walter Reagan 
Carolyn Ross 
John Ruby 
Lawrence Semski 
Mary Alice Shourds 
George Smith 
Joseph W. Stephens 
John Venoski 
Boochie Wells 
Charles Whitman 
Ouincy Winston 
Gordon Willis 
Charles Wynn 
Edward Yoste 
Herbert Zshokke 



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OFFICERS 

GLOVER ALCORN RUSSELL President 

JOHN B. COOK Vice-President 

DOROTHY FIELDS Secretary 

EDWARD JOYCE Treasurer 

HELEN HENRY Social Chairman 

MEMBERS 

Edward S. Birchett Margaret Joyes Murphy 

Dorothy Adrienne Bourgeois Alton Burt Phillips 

Wilfred Cole Margaret Robinson 

Lucius Dabney Alicia Morrow Rollins 

Edwin D. Geisler Steve Sanford 

Henry N. Herndon, Jr. Elizabeth Peacock Sturdivant 

Mary Ann Holmes Eugenia Swanger 

Ernest Stone Hough Bob Taylor 

Hunter Kimball, Jr. Gwen Walker 

J. R. Murphy Barbara Joan Warley 

Composed of students who are members of the Epis- 
copal Church, the Canterbury club seeks to forward the 
students' religious li*e while on the Ole Miss campus. It 
provides the Episcopal students a means in which they 
might be brought together in worship, study, and recrea- 
tion. 

First Row: Ed Birchett, Dorothy Bourgeois, Wilfred Cole, John B. Cook, 
Dcothy Fields. Second Row: Edwin Geisler, Helen Henry, Henry Herndon, 
Mary Holmes, Ernest Hough. Third Row: Edward Joyce, J. R. Murphy, Joyes 
Murphy, Margnret Robinson. Alicia Rollins. Fourth Row: Glover Russell, 
Elizabeth Sturaivant, Bob Taylor, Gwen Walker, Barbara Warley. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 




WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP 



COUNCIL MEMBERS 

G. B. HERRING, JR President 

HELEN COPLEN 1st Vice-President and Chairman of the Outlook Commission 

JEAN STONE . . . 2nd Vice-President and Chairman of the Christian Growth Commission 

DIANA BEATON Secretary 

BILL LONG Treasurer 

ELEANOR KNEE Chairman of 1he Christian Works Commission 

VERNON TIREY, SUZETTE BUEHLER Co-Chairmen of the Christian Comradeship Cammission 

The Westminster Fellowship is the student organization of the Presbyterian 
church. Its intention is to round out the students' education by integrating re- 
ligious training and fellowship while the student is at Ole Miss. Any student who 
is a member of the Presbyterian faith is eligible for membership. 



First Row: Diana Beaton, Suzette Buehl- 
er. Second Row Helen Coplen, Elea- 
nor Knee. Third Row: William Long, 
Jean Stone. Fourth Row: Vernon Tirey, 
Betty Mcrrow (Social Worker) 






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MEMBERS 



TATTY KELLNER 

THELMA LENZ 

ELLEINE WILLIAMS 

MISS HELEN WHITESIDE 
Advisor 



SUE BLOCK 
SUZETTE BUEHLER 
HARRIET GEISENBERGER 
SUE HANEY 
JOAN HUMPHREYS 
HELEN KARR 



Mississippi lota of CWENS is composed of sophomore women se- 
lected for scholarship, leadership ability and participation in campus 
activities. CWENS promotes scholarship and leadership among coeds 
and renders service to the University. 



First Row: Sue Block, Suzetle Buehler, Harriet Geis- 

enberger. Second Row: Sue Harey, Joan Humphreys, 

Helen Karr. Third Row: Tatty Kellner, Thelma Lenz, 

Elleine Williams. 




(WENS 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

OFFICERS 

SUE LYLE BLOCK President 

SUE HANEY Vice-President 

THELMA LENZ Secretary 

LANELLE SAFFORD Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Ethel Eskridge Anna Majors 

A scholastic honorary fraternity for coeds, Alpha Lambda Delta 
seeks to recognize high scholarship among women students. A 2.5 qual- 
ity point average is necessary for membership. 



First Row: Sue Block, Ethel Eskridge, Second 

Row: Lanelle Saftord, Sue Haney. Third Row: 

Thel.ia Lenz. 




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First Row: Herschel Jack Blakeney, Roscoe Eugene Bryson, William Leo 
Carr, Jr., James Hurd Gaddy. Second Row: Benton Earl Hewitt, Fred 
Ueavors Hill, Jack Wellington Hollingsworth, Pcbert Izard, Jesse Blake 
Kellum. Third Row: Byron Abernathy Mayo, William Augustus Neeley, 
George Porter Puryear, George McDaniel Shannon, Edsel Ford Stewart. 



ALPHA 
KAPPA 
KAPPA 



OFFICERS 

GYRON ABERNATHY MAYO President 

HERSCHEL JACK BLAKENEY . . Vice-President 

JACK WELLINGTON HOLLINGSWORTH Recording Secretary 

MADISON IZARD, JR Corresponding Secretary 

JAMES HURD GADDY Warden 

JESSE BLAKE KELLUM Treasurer 

TYRUS RAYMOND PRITCHARD Marshal 

EDSEL FORD STEWART Historian 

GEORGE McDANIEL SHANNON Chaplain 



MEMBERS 



Roscoe Eugene Bryson 
William Leo Carr, Jr. 
Benton Earl Hewitt 
Fred Deavors Hill 



William Augustus Neeley 
George Porter Puryear 
James Otis Woods 



FACULTY ADVISORS 

Ira D. Hoqg, Ph.D. Ray J. Nichols, Ph.D. 

The newest medical fraternity on the campus, Alpha 
Kappa Kappa was founded in 1888 at Dartmouth. Beta 
Sigma chapter was formed here in May, 1947. It fosters 
brotherhood among medical students and the advance- 
ment of medical science. 



First Row: Robert H. Adams, Elizabeth Blanchard, James Caldwell, James 
Califf, Helen Coplen. Second Row: Dean C. DuBois, John O. Emmerich, 
Pat Fayard, George Harmon, William B. Holloman, Huntington Howell. 
Third Row: Dorothy Jean Hunter, Albin J. Krebs, William L. McCord, 
Betsy Moore. John H. Napier, George D. Patterson. Fourth Row: John 
Rogers, Gavin Scott, James Skewes, Forrest Stevens, Idanelle Stone, George 
Van Zant. 




LAMBDA SIGMA 

OFFICERS 

GAVIN SCOTT President 

ROBERT ADAMS Vice-President 

BETSY MOORE Secretary 

DOROTHY JEAN HUNTER Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

Elizabeth Blanchard Huntington Howell 

James Caldwell Albin J. Krebs 

James Califf William L. McCord 

Helen Coplen John H. Napier 

Dean C. DuBois George D. Patterson 

J. O. Emmerich John Rogers 

Pat Fayard James Skewes 

George Harmon Forrest Stevens 

George B. Herring Idaneile Stone 

William B. Holloman George Van Zant 

A local honorary journalism fraternity, Lambda Sigma 
was founded in 1946. Requirements for membership in- 
clude a major or minor in journalism and the unanimous 
vote of the members. Each year the fraternity recognizes 
outstanding leadership among Mississippi newspapers at 
the annual Editor's Short Course sponsored by the De- 
partment of Journalism. 



OFFICERS 

LEWIS NOBLES President 

ROBERT R. PRICE Vice-President 

JOE JACK HURST Devotion Chairman 

EVELYN WRIGHT Secretary 



COUNCIL MEMBERS 



Claire Aycock 
Tommy Boswell 
Jackie Bowen 
W. K. Long 
Jean Melvin 
Joyce Melvin 



William Lewis Pace 
Porter Puryear 
Sue Rogers 
John Watts 
Ermine Warren 




First Row: Clarie Aycock, Thomas Boswell, Jackie Bowen, Joe Jack Hurst, 

Walter Long. Second Row: Jean Melvin, Joyce Melvin, Lewis Nobles, 

William Pace, Robert Price. Third Row: Georg» Puryear, Sue Rogers, 

Ermine Warren, John Watts, Evelyn Wright. 



Regular members of the Baptist Church, Sunday 
School, Training Union, or Young Women's Auxiliary, 
who are students in the University, comprise the Baptist 
Student Union. Purpose of the organization is to serve 
as a liaison between the church and the students. Dr. 
F. M. Purser, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Oxford, 
is advisor. Miss Marian Leavell is student secretary. 



BAPTIST 
STUDENT 

II M 



BUSINESS EDUCATION CLUB 




OFFICERS 

ROBERT SCOTT President 

TRESSA KING Vice-President 

IRENE GARRETT Secretary 

CHARLIE JORDAN Treasurer 

WILSON ASHBY Faculty Counselor 

MEMBERS 

Betty Adams Nell E. Hobgcod 

Catherine G. Bankston Glyn E. Hollingsworlh 

Kathryn Bowen Patricia Lensgraf 

Joyce Boyd Martha Lindley 

Alma Carr Sue McAmis 

Sara Cleland Lula McWhorter 

Christine Counce Jean Pemble 

Jean Crawford Gerald Porter 

Mary Elmore Jean C. Rigby 

Victor G. Hammons Nune Sneed 

Helen Henderson Maxie Lee Work 
Frank Herndon 



The Business Education club was organized in Oc- 
tober, 1947, to provide fellowship for business educa- 
tion students and assist in their welfare before and 
after their graduatian. The club is open to any mem- 
ber of the faculty or future student who is interested 
in business education. 



THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of the Alumni Association is to foster and increase 
the love between the University and the alumni, in order that the 
University may develop into an even greater institution. Alumni are 
defined as any former student, or a faculty or staff member who 
has served with the University ten years or more. Any student who 
has been enrolled for a full course of study as defined by University 
regulations for at least two full semesters is eligible for membership. 
On Homecoming Day, Judge Taylor H. McElroy of Oxford was 
elected president of the association. Harvey Lee Morrison, mayor 
of Okolona, is vice-president and O. Britt Rogers, Tupelo, serves as 
Athletic Representative. Secretary of the association is William S. 
Griffin of University. Offices are in the Lyceum building. 

All Seniors are invited to take part in Alumni activities 



THE 1948-49 BOARD OF DIRECTORS 




Left, William S. Griffin, alumni secretary, and right, O. Britt Rogers, ath- 
letic representative. 







District 1 




Thompson McClellan 






. West Point 


Carl McKellar .... 










District 2 




George P. Cossar 






. . . Charleston 


John W. Kyle . . . 










District 3 




John Dulaney 






Tunica 


J. C. Fair. . 




District 4 


. . . Greenwood 


Charles D. Fair 








R. C. Stovall . . 




District 6 




Fred A. Ross .... 






. . Meridian 


R. E. Wilbourn . . . 




District 6 


. . Meridian 








. . . Picayune 


Walter Gex, Jr. . 






Bay St. Louis 


Mittchell Salloum . . 






Gulfport 


Hugh L. White 










District 7 




Maxwell Bramlefte . . 






. Woodville 
.... Vicksburg 

.... Canton 


Frank E. Everett . . 






R. C. (Tip) Ray . 






Dr. W. Lawson Shack 


elford 




... Whitfield 


Mrs. Allen C. Thompson . 




Jackson 






State-At-Large 




Ross R. Barnett . . . 








J. A. Blount 






Charleston 


Hindman Doxey . . 






Holly Springs 


Judge Lee D. Hall . 






J. W. Harmon . . 






Oxford 


D. W. Holmes 






. . Hattiesburg 


Ed S. Lewis . . 






W. C. Trotter . . . 






University 






Out-Of-State 


Dr. J. Barley Harris 






. Memphis, Tenn. 


Mrs. Mary Hartsfield 


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. . Washington D. C. 


George W. Healy, Jr 




Ex-Officio Members 


. . . New Orleans, La. 


David Cottrell .... 








D. L. Fair 








Dr. H. M. Faser . . 








Judge James A. Fin 


ley. . 




Tupelo 


Dr. Ike C. Knox . . 






Vicksburg 


James McClure . . 






Martin V. B. Miller . 








J. Lake Roberson . . 








Judge L. A. Smith . 








Maior W. Calvin Wells . 






W. T. Wynn 









Judge Taylor H. McElroy, left, newly-elected president of the Ole Miss Alumni Association, congratulates Harvey 
Lee Morrison, new vice-president, after the annual meeting of the association on Homecoming Day. 




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Jsn I V lemoru of- 



CARROLL JOSEPH LEBLANC 



WILLIAM J. CONDON. JR 



JACK WEST HENRY 



FLORENCE WARE SHOFNER 



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To the left appear five guys who have made big news in 
Mississippi during the past year, one of them in politics, the 
others in athletics. Governor Fielding Wright, vice-presi- 
dential candidate in the 1948 election, is shown congratu- 
lating Head Coach John Vaught of the Ole Miss Rebels and 
three outstanding Rebel gridmen at the annual Inter-Fra- 
ternity Council football banquet held January 19. Farley 
Salmon received a trophy after being chosen by teammates 
as the outstanding back of the year. Jimmy Crawford re- 
ceived a similar trophy as outstanding linesman, and Ail- 
American end Barney Poole received the Thomas Turner 
trophy for being the most outstanding player. Salmon re- 
ceived an additional award, the James W. Bell trophy, 
awarded annually by the ASB to the school's outstanding 
athlete. 




FOOTBALL CAPTAIN DOUG HAMLEY. 




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First Row: 

Bruce Austin 
Charles Bidgood 
W. T. Blackledce 
James Blackwell 
Oscar Buchanan 
James Butler 
Clarence Castle 

Second Row: 
Jimmy Crawford 
Otho Crawford 
Marion Cook 
Jimmy Caldwell 
Harry Davis 
Jerome Daly 
Roland Dale 

Third Row: 

Cecil Dickerson 
James Dupuy 
C. D. Faggard 
Frank Fant 
Bob Fletcher 
Bob Fuerst 
Bud Gerrard 

Fourth Row: 

Bobby Hemphill 
Douglas Hamley 
Earl Howell 
George Hewes 
Eulas Jenkins 
Roberf Kell 
Ben Mann 

Fifth Row: 

Jack Mann 
Maxie McMullen 
Bobby Oswalt 
R. B. Reeves 
Farley Salmon 
John Shelby 
Jack Stribling 

Sixth Row: 

Elvin Stafford 
Steve Stringfellow 
Howard Stringfellov 
J. Salley 
Jerry Tibilier 
Dave Whitaker 
Nate Williamson 



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OLE MISS 



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CLUB 



OFFICERS 



OSCAR BUCHANAN President ROBERT KELL Treasurer 



FARLEY SALMON Vice-President BENN MANN 



Sergeant-at-Arms 



JAMES BLACKWELL Secretary 



MEMBERS NOT APPEARING IN PANEL 



Clayton Blount 
John Bowen 
Olin Brisco 
Ray Busby 
Jim Clark 
John Dottley 



Ken Farragut 
Will Glover 
Tom Hardee 

(Honorary Member) 
Jack Marshall 
Billy Mustin 



Jack Odom 
James Pannel 
Babe Pearson 
Barney Poole 
Philip Poole 
Darrel Rosmand 



D. Salley 
George Scheider 
Tommy Tharp 
Bobby Wilson 



Composed of lettermen of the major sports at the 
University, the "M" Club is one of the most distinguished 
of all campus organizations. Near legendary names have 
at one time or another been members of this sporting 
fraternity. All Americans Bruiser Kinard, Buster, Ray, and 



Barney Poole, Parker Hall, Charley Conerly, Merle Hapes, 
and Junie Hovious were members. Football, baseball, 
basketball and track letter winners compose the active 
membership. 




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OLE MISS 

COACHING 

STAFF 



JOHN VAUGHT, head coach 








With the end of the war, there came to Ole Miss a new era of 
football warfare. For under the golden early years of Harry Mehre, 
Ole Miss had fust begun its rise to national pigskin prominence 
when Pearl Harbor sneaked upon the scene. The years that followed, 
from the Rebel hoghide point of view, were strictly on the decline, 
although strangely enough the Mississippians had discovered the 
power to whammy State. 

The initial post war grid year for Ole Miss brought no major 
change in won-lost activity, although the brand of ball had con- 
stantly improved as the season neared its end. This was 1946 and 
the first and only term for Red Drew, who returned to his favorite 
Alabama haunts. 

Drew's number one assistant, John Vaught, was promoted to the 
general's chair and the securing of Jim "Buster" Poole, Ole Miss 
standout of years gone past, who had blazed a trail of glory in the 
professional ranks, as end coach, were changes made in quick time. 

Towering Jim Whatley, Junie Hovious, and Wobble Davidson re- 
mained onward with the Vaught regime. Tom Swayze, another for- 
mer Rebel star in the early thirties, was secured to wield the pipe, 
and for contact work, scouting, and "swaying" prospective Rebels 
down Oxford way. 

Vaught hit the wire-service, bellowinq in his likeable Texas voice, 
for two ole shipmates, Mike Brumbelow and Wes Knight. Vaught 



JEFF K. HAMM 

athletic business manager 



CLAUDE "TADPOLE" SMITH 

director of athletics 





FRANK "BRUISER" KINARD 
line coach 



JIM "BUSTER" POOLE 
end coach 



ED STONE 
scout 



TOM SWAYZE 
contact man 



JIM WHATLEY 
head basketball coach and line coach 



had worked with both at service units while wearing the Navy blue, 
and knew for a fact the keen knowledge each man had for his par- 
ticular task 

Brumbelow was captain of the Texas Christian team when Coach 
Johnny wore the freshman cap at the same university. Both were 
captains of their team during their stay at the Horned Frog insti- 
tution. "Doc" Knight had won the respect of Coach Vaught as a 
trainer when the two marked up hash marks together for Uncle Sam. 

Hovious and Davidson, who were famous figures of the Mehre 
golden era, were handed the important task of developing the fresh- 
men. The latter, an end during his playing days as co-captain of 
the 1941 Red and Blue team, polished the line, while the fiery 
Hovious, one half of the "H" boys tandem ( Hapes-Hovious) , took 
over backfield duties. 

To round out the staff that was to direct the Rebels to their first 
conference crown in history, Vaught chose Johnny Cain, the Ala- 
bama hurricane of the fabulous Wallace Wade period, to handle 
the varsity backs. Cain had marked up an impressive record at 
Southwestern Louisiana Institute, molding one of the finer service 
teams in the country. 

Further breaking down revealed two Texans, two men from Ala- 
bama, one from Rhode Island, and the remainder home-grown here 
in the heart of Magnolia. The Southwesterners, Vaught and Brum- 



below, were both all-conference, so were Cain and Whatley, and 
Hovious and Poole. 

"Doc" Knight, the only Yankee on the squad, produced the first 
unbeaten Rebel track team in history, and made a surprising show- 
ing in the SEC meet at Birmingham with the Rebs placing five on 
the conference team for 1948. 

The almost perfect staff was made practically complete with an- 
other raid of the professional ranks, and back home after an illus- 
trious pro career came the first All-American in Ole Miss history, 
"Bruiser" Kinard, the finest tackle ever produced in the Southland. 

The "Bruiser" took over line duties with teammate "Buster" han- 
dling the ends. Brumbelow and Whatley tutored the guards and cen- 
ters, while Cain watched the backs. Vaught, as all over supervisor, 
made an almost miraculous changeover in a single season with the 
"T" replacing the single wing. 

Another breakdown reveals further honors for the star-studded 
staff, for sometime, look, if you please, at the former All-Americans, 
Vaught, Kinard, and Cain. The Bruiser and Poole netted All-pro 
status, while Hovious and Whatley have also performed in the big 
time. 

The Mississippians have taken the correct step now towards na- 
tional recognition, for they have gathered together a group of men 
who were stars themselves, who love to win. 



He went thataway. 





The four Pooles: Jriclcie. Philip, Barney, and Coach Buster. 



With All-American Charley Conerly vamoose, and with 
stalwart linemen Bill Erickson, Bernard Blackwell, Hairline 
Harper and Dave Bridgers absent from the Ole Miss 
scene, Head Coach John Vaught installed the T forma- 
tion in spring sessions. He substituted a running attack 
for the great aerial route supplied by Conerly's good 
right arm. 

Bear Wolf's Florida Alligators were the first to test 
the new system of the defendinq champion Rebels. Show- 
inq only a half dozen or so plavs, quarterback Farley 
Salmon took to cover after running up a 14-0 halftime 
lead. 

After 'Bama Jenkins had crashed over from seven yards 
out, Bobby Wilson intercepted a Gator pass on his own 
two, then raced the remainder of the distance behind 
orand downfield blockinq for 98 yards. The biq Missis- 
sippi forward wall held the hosts scoreless for the first 
time in two years. 

All-American Barnev Poole played one of the finest 
qames of his career, sparkinq the forewall play. But he 
was ably assisted by Captain Douq Hamley, Jimmy Craw- 
ford, Buck Buchanan, Roland Dale, Bob Fuerst and Hank 
Campbell. Twice Dixie Howell garnered the open fie'd, 
but in both trips he lost his footing en the concrete-like 
Gainesville qridiron. 

The Rebels, picked to finish no better than eighth in 
the annual mentor's poll, thus broke into the win column 
in their first game, with an un-qame-tried new formation. 
The sensational passing team of the preceding year 
sounded the warning that their 1948 tactics wouiq vary 
slightly, out not in punch. 



OLE MISS 
FLORIDA 



1 4 




GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Florida 

First Downs 9 12 

Net Yards Gained Rushing 164 83 

Forward Passes Attempted 7 31 

Forward Passes Completed 5 II 

Yards Gained Passing 51 | | | 

Passes Intercepted By I 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . . 98 

Punting Average 38 42 

Total Yards All Kicks Returned ... 77 27 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . 3 2 

Yards Lest By Penalties 30 50 

Final Score 14 q 



Star right halfback Dixie Howell 





Fullback "Buck" Buchanan, Right Half Jerry Tiblier, and 
Quarterback Farley Salmon. 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Kentucky 

First Downs II II 

Net Yards Sained Rushing .... 144 120 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 10 20 

Forward Passes Completed .... 4 7 

Yards Gained Passing 78 95 

Passes Intercepted By I 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . I 

Punting Average 40 42.9 

Total Yards All Kicks Returned ... 168 84 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . 2 

Yards Lost By Penalties 30 30 

Final Score 20 7 



OLE MISS 20 

unum 7 



The next week the team was away from home again, 
wav up in the Bluegrass country. Eager students sat be- 
hind the "Y" and listened to the Ole Miss-Kentucky 
game over a special wire system. 

They heard the Rebels, who had been stamped a 
seven-point underdoq in pre-game tabulations, rack up 
win number two in their crown defense campaiqn, as 
they unloaded a 20-7 setback on the once proud shoulders 
of a battered and bewildered Wildcat in Lexington. 

The Rebels led 7-0 at halftime after Farley Salmon 
had sent a payoff pitch to Barney Poole. Aqain the huge 
Ole Miss line went to work aqainst the ODposina front, 
and Tank Crawford was Darticularly effective. With the 
second half underway, tailback Billy Mustin took a punt 
return and handed off to Jerry Tiblier who dashed 65 
yards for the second marker of the niqht. Bob Oswalt, 
he of the educated toe, added his second success of the 
niqht. 

The final Reb tally saw 'Bama Jenkins drive across from 
the five after Barney Poole had taken a forty-yard aerial 
from Bobbv Jabour. For this victory, Vaught was named 
Coach of the Week while All-American Barney Poole was 
chosen "Best in Dixie" by International News Service. 

The next afternoon, a screaming crowd of 1500 stu- 
dents, aided by the Rebel band, cheered in front of the 
Student Union building as the team came home. The 
first qame the majority of the students would see was a 
week away. 



Howell plows through against Kentucky 



Bobby Wilson takes off around right end against 
Boston College. 





The Cheerleaders: Top Row: Harold Melvin, Mary Frances Waring, 

and Butch Labens. Bottom Row: Helen Henry, Lauch Magruder, 

and Nina Nosser. 



Poole is tackled from behind after taking ball around end in Home- 
coming Day Vandy garni. 



It was the Centennial Homecoming — and Colonel Rebel 
showed off before 22,500 fans as his favorite sons 
dropped a 20-7 defeat on a vigorous Vanderbilt eleven. 

For three quarters the Commodores bettered the Reb- 
els up front, but the highly touted Nashville forewall 
didn't possess the finishing touch. The Johnny Rebs did, 
though, for successive victory number three. And even if 
it was the roughest game of the season so far, the so- 
called experts of three weeks back were crying in their 
beer. 

John Vaught repeated as Coach of the Week, while 
fearless Farley Salmon captured Player of the Week hon- 
ors. Trailinq 7-0, the Rebs were sparked by Salmon's 32- 
yard dash for the first score of the day. Oswalt missed 
the extra point for one of the few times in history, and 
things were rough all over. 

With three minutes remaining, Howell returned a punt 
to the enemy 45. Salmon and Mustin, alternating, picked 
up a first down. Tiblier rambled to the 20, before being 
chased out of bounds. Salmon then hit terminal Jack 
Stribling on the one yard line. Buddy Bowen crashed over 
from there, and Oswalt converted. Wilson intercepted a 
pass from Davidson — and thus committed his second bit 
of larceny of the day and ended a scoring threat. 

With seconds to go, Howell intercepted a desperation 
pass, racing 30 yards for the game's final six-pointer. 
Oswalt converted again. Roland Dale swiped lineman 
honors for the day along with Jim Crawford, Bubba 
Bidgood and Captain Hamley. 



OLE MISS 20 
VAAID [RBI LT 7 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Vanderbilt 

First Downs 10 8 

Net Yards Gained Rushing 162 160 

Forward Passes Attempted 16 II 

Forward Passes Completed 6 2 

Yards Gained Passing 57 13 

Passes Intercepted By 3 2 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . . 59 II 

Punting Average 40.7 34 

Yards Lost By Penalties 9 5 

Opponents Fumbles Recovered By . 2 

Final Score 20 7 



Left to Right: All-Southeastern guard Jimmy Crawford, Captain 

Doug Hamley, Right Tackle, Roland Dale, Left Tackle, and Jimmy 

Clark, Right Tackle. 





Mustin fakes a reverse to Shelby in Boston College gamo. 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Tulane 

First Downs II II 

Net Yards Gained Rushing 162 190 

Forward Passes Attempted 25 12 

Forward Passes Completed 8 6 

Yards Gained Passing 74 65 

Passes Intercepted By I 3 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . . 14 

Average Punt 30.3 38 

Total Yards All Kicks Returned ... I 19 37 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . 2 2 

Yards Lost By Penalties 30 35 

Final Score 7 20 



OLE M 
TULA 



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7 
20 



The inevitable one bad game reared its ugly head, and 
the Tulane Green Wave converted a blocked kick and 
two Ole Miss fumbles into three touchdowns and the 
margin of victory, 20-7, in tropical New Orleans — where 
anything can happen, and did. 

Playing in the Sugar Bowl stadium, the Rebels started 
off correctly, but bogged in their initial drive. Tulane 
tack'e Paul Lea blocked Bob Wilson's punt, setting up the 
first score. A Joe Ernst-Dick Sheffield combination pro- 
duced the second Wave tally and finally Eddie Price lum- 
bered 20 yards for the other Louisiana marker. 

Dixie Howell's scintillating 60-yard run in the third 
period was the lone bright spot of this dismal day for the 
men of John Vaught. In the weekly poll for player honors, 
the Barnabus was the lone Reb nominated, and the big 
All-American returned from the game minus several 
teeth. Rated tenth in the nation prior to this game, Ole 
Miss dropped to the twentieth slot, never returning to 
the big ten the remainder of the season. 

Hundreds of the Ole Miss student body, who had 
hopped the Tulane special, hitch-hiked, or driven down 
to the Crescent City, waited vainly for the fourth period 
rally which had figured so heavily in the Vandy game a 
week before. It came, but there wasn't enough of it. 
Cursing Lady Luck and the boiling sun of the Cajun 
country, the Rebel rooters retired that night to the dismal 
catacombs of the French quarter to drown their sorrows. 
If Tulane stadium didn't provide a happy memory, the 
Vieux Carre did. 



Salmon gets off short pass to Howell in State game. 



Left to Right: Bobby Hemphill, Left Half, Bob Jabour, Quarter- 
back, and Red Davis, Right Halfback. 





The team - and fans - get morally supported in Fulton Chapel. 

On to Memphis! The sons and daughters of Colonel 
Rebel sat uneasily in their classrooms waiting eagerly for 
the next Saturday, expecting the Rebel gridironers to 
bounce back into the winning side of the ledger against 
the Boston College Eagles from Yankeeland. 

A traditional football week-end in Big Shelby was at 
hand, and the Peabody proprietors were busily taking the 
fish off the walls in the Creel Room and packing the 
ducks in the lobby fountain off to the country for a quiet 
safe Saturday. 

After a scoreless first period, the Rebels magnificently 
racked up a 20-0 score before the intermission whistle 
sounded. With Farley Salmon paving the way, the de- 
fending SEC champions began to hit their stride in the 
T offensive. Bobby Hemphill and Billy Mustin countered 
the first two TD's of the day. Salmon personally chalked 
up the third and fifth scores of the day, and passed to 
Jack Stribling, who galloped 50 yards for the final Reb 
marker. 

The smaller Southern forewall outcharqed and out- 
fought the tremendous Boston line, regarded as the 
largest in collegiate circles in the country. Poole, Craw- 
ford, and lightweight tackles Hamley and Dale were un- 
liospitable in the clutches. Jack Odom, showing off in 
front of idol Walter Stewart, in the press box, set the 
scoring underway with his alert recovery of an Eagle 
fumble. The losers boasted one of the finest passers seen 
in this vicinity this year in Ed Songin. 



OLE MISS 32 
BOSTON I .1 



Tiblier races around left end in Boston College game. 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss. Bos. Col. 

First Downs 16 17 

Net Yards Gained Rushing .... I 74 132 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 23 33 

Forward Passes Completed .... II 19 

Yards Gained Passing 183 255 

Passes Intercepted By 3 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . 40 

Yards Lost By Penalties 50 15 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . 3 

Average Punt 40.3 34.8 

Final Score 32 13 



Pivotmen Ken Farragut, Bud Gerrard, Kin Floyd, and Charley Bidgood. 




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ill Stribling, Left End, Bob Fuerst, Left Guard, Frank Fant, Right 
Guard, and Daylight Fletcher, Right End. 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss LSU 

First Downs 21 6 

Net Yards Gained Rushing . . . . 274 137 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 10 II 

Forward Passes Completed .... 6 4 

Yards Gained Passing 163 135 

Passes Intercepted By I 

Punting Average 27.5 35.3 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . I 

Yards Lost By Penalties 40 15 

Final Score 49 19 



OLE MISS 49 
I . S . II . 19 



Hitting the stride and maintaining furious pace 
throughout the tilt, Ole Miss smothered LSU's Bayou 
Bengals 49-19 in one of the most decisive defeats in the 
history of the Tiger eleven. 

No less than eight performers contributed to the local 
scoring for the occasion — the homecoming affair for the 
Baton Rouge dwellers. Extra point specialist Bobby Os- 
walt — connecting seven out of seven — copped individual 
high point honors although he did not officially partake 
in the party. 

Farley Salmon, Kayo Dottley, Buddy Bowen, Dixie 
Howell, Bob Jabour, Bobby Wilson and Jerry Tiblier 
countered for the victors. But the bulk of the rushing 
rested on the shoulders of Dottley and Mustin, although 
the Reb pitchers were on as well. Salmon and Jabour 
completed three each while Wilson batted 1.000, com- 
pleting four for four. 

LSU's fine terminal and captain Abner Wimberly, 
countered twice on two receptions. 

In this clash rival publicists plastered Poole's name un- 
mercifully, comparing the greatness of their Wimberly 
against the Barnabus. A feud was set up between a cou- 
ple of rookie reporters for the LSU paper and adjective- 
prolific Caldwell and McDowell of the Mississippian. The 
Bengal newspapermen, recapping the game on Monday 
morning, decided that Poole played a lousy game. Mc- 
Dowell and Caldwell thought otherwise and told them so. 
All in all, the feud was more of a contest than the prac- 
tice session the Rebels held on the Bayou gridiron. 




Howell circles State end with Dottley clearing the way. 



Babe Pearson Left Tackle, and Buddy Taylor, Right End. 







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Team stands for national anthem before State game begins. 



Victory half-dozen was marked up on the hallowed 
battle grounds of Chattanooga as the game but out- 
classed Moccasins bowed 34-7 to the Mississippi Vaught- 
men. Although an easy victory, it was a sweet one to 
those who remembered the Rebels loss to the same 
Lookout Mountaineers a week after State was shattered 
back in 1945. 

Starting early, Farley Salmon connected with Bill 
Mustin for the opening marker. Tiblier scampered from 
10 yards out for the second score of the first half. Bobby 
Oswalt, who hit four for five that day, made the score 
14-0 as the half ended. Howell duplicated Tiblier's 10- 
yard run as the third stanza got underway. 

Buddy Bowen ripped the Moccasin forewall for the 
fourth Rebel marker, and Barney Poole pounced upon a 
Chattanooga fumble in the end zone for the final score 
of the day. Jabour failed to miss a single throw, his most 
outstanding effort being a 5 I -yard aerial to All-American 
Poole. Up front, the line play was its usual sterling all- 
around self, with huge tackle Jim Clark sparking the play. 
Phillip Poole repeated his fine LSU role with another 
formidable showing, while Dale, Crawford and Hamley 
left woeful tales of destruction behind them. 



OLE MISS 34 
CHATTANOOGA 7 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Chatta. 

First Downs 12 5 

Net Yards Gained Rushing 181 63 

Forward Passes Attempted 17 13 

Forward Passes Completed 8 5 

Yards Gained Passing 169 126 

Passes Intercepted By 4 I 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . . 64 

Punting Average 42 30 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . 2 2 

Yards Lost By Penalties 50 40 

Final Score 34 7 



Top Row: Cluarterback Buddy Bowen, Left Guard Hank Campbell, and Left 

Half Billy Mustin; Bottom Row: Jack Odom, Defensive Demon of the Right 

End, Right Half John Shelby, and Right End Jack Stribling. 





Lett Guard Bobby Peots, Left Tackle Ben Mann, and Left Tackle 
Will Webb. 



GAME STATISTICS 

Ole Miss Tennessee 

First Downs 15 10 

Net Yards Gained Rushing ... .210 73 

Forward Passes Attempted .... 8 31 

Forward Passes Completed .... 2 14 

Yards Gained Passing 23 157 

Passes Intercepted By 3 I 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes .27 12 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . I 4 

Average Punt 38.8 41.8 

Final Score 16 13 



OLE MISS 16 
TENNESSEE 1 3 



In the make or break game of the season, the Rebels 
rocked General Bob Neyland's Tennessee Vols 16-13 to 
remain in the thick of the fight for a repeat conference 
crown and a post-season bowl bid. 

Great line play, coinciding with great running by Kayo 
Dottley and Jerry Tiblier sparked the 1948 Rebels to their 
best performance to date. Up front, Barney was as great 
defensively as the Vols' Jim Powell was offensively. Roland 
Dale, the iron rail, assured one and all that he is abso- 
lutely one of the best tackles in the loop, while Jim 
Tank Crawford is undoubtedly one of the most destructive 
linemen in the conference. 

Vaught's strategy called for Howell to become a block- 
er, for Salmon to allow the bulk of the attack to ride 
with Tiblier and Dottley. After the Vols established an 
early 6-0 lead, Ole Miss came back swiftly with Dottley 
running 19 yards, then 24, to the enemy two, before 
carrying the oval over. Oswalt converted, bringing the 
score to 7-6. 

Minutes later Tiblier, repeating the Kentucky stunt 
with Mustin, took the handoff and raced 80 tremendous 
yards, behind highly efficient downfield blocking, for the 
score. Oswalt connected again from placement. 

The Vols scored once again, but the Rebels, who led 
14-13, added an additional two points as Roland Dale, 
aided by a Vol, batted a bad pass into and out of the end 
zone for a safety. 



Jack Stribling digs in for a few extra feet of Tennessee dirt. 



obby Wilson, Left Half, Red Jenkins, Fullback, Bobby Oswalt, 
Quarterback, and Kayo Doftley, Fullback. 





Dale, Hamley, and Clark talk it over in locker room after State 

game. 



Dixie Howell takes hard fall as he and Poole race after Shorty 
Mac on right end run. 



The Rebels annihilated arch-rival Mississippi State 34-7 
on Turkey Saturday before a chilled and thrilled standing 
room crowd of 3 1 ,000. 

The Ole Miss gridders clinched the second place slot 
in the SEC with this one. 

Playing smoothly as they mastered fullest confidence 
in the effective T formation, Farley Salmon guided the 
Rebels to a masterful win over their once tough rivals. 
Ending his fabulous playing career magnificently, Ail- 
American Barney Poole captured two touchdown passes 
and played a fine defensive game before being ejected 
from the game in the waning minutes of play. Salmon 
pitched one of the aerials and Bob Wilson tossed the 
other. 

Billy Mustin broke the ice with a 52-yard punt return 
scoring bit behind fine downfield blocking. Roland Dale 
took out Harper Davis and Jim Clark ran over Tom Mc- 
Williams for the key blocks of the dash. 

A Wilson to Bill Stribling scoring pass was nullified 
by a clipping penalty which was later proved unwar- 
ranted in the motion pictures. Buck Buchanan, line backer 
deluxe the season long, intercepted a McWilliams flip 
and raced 22 yards for the second score of the day. Dixie 
Howell added the final, taking a wide pitchout from Sal- 
mon. Oswalt missed but one extra point in five tries. 

Dale, Crawford, Hamley, Bidgood Odom, Phil Poole, 
Farragut and Clark were particularly effective up front, 
and Vaught used many reserves before the rout was 
complete. 



OLE MISS 34 
MISS. STATE 7 



GAME STATISTI 

Ole Miss 
First Downs 20 

Net Yards Gained Rushing .... 293 
Forward Passes Attempted .... 14 
Forward Passes Completed .... 7 

Yards Gained Passing 93 

Passes Intercepted By I 

Yards Runback Intercepted Passes . 28 

Punting Average 34.3 

Opponent's Fumbles Recovered By . I 

Yards Lost By Penalties 115 

Final Score 34 



State 



16 

6 
100 

I 

2 
35.5 


45 

7 



Howell charges through with Dottley blocking out Harper Davis. 






BASKETBALL 



Winning eight of twenty basketball games during the 1948-49 hardwood cam- 
paign, Jim Whatley's Ole Miss Rebels finished eleventh in a twelve-team league, 
with only traditional rivai Mississippi State behind them. 

The Rebels, however, were a more offensive-minded ball club than the Rebels 
of the previous season, yet lack of height and inability to control the backboard 

Left to Right: Ray Busby, guard, and R. B. Reeves, forward. 




allowed the opposition to average 60.8 points per game, 
while the Mississippians were connecting for 53.8. 

The Rebels batted 1.000 during the pre-season cam- 
paign and added two more quick victories before school 
was officially under way after the holidays. But they 
bogged down with the simultaneous illness of crackeqack 
forward Jack Marshall. The Alabama win saw the end of 
the local triumphs during the next eight ball games. 

The great Kentucky Wildcat quintet inflicted the most 
severe defeat with a mortifying 85-3 I lacing. All Ameri- 
cans Ralph Beard and Alex Groza, however, were just as 
painful to many other opponents before their climax 
collegiate year was completed. The towering Tulane 
Green Wave likewise inflicted and unmerciful trouncing, 
socking Ole Miss 74-34 in gay New Orleans. 

In all, these eight straight losses, boiled down, revealed 
that the first and second place Kentucky and Tulane team 
had had a hand in exactly half of the lickings, with fourth 
seeded Louisiana State also doling out a pair of setbacks. 
A fast improving Vanderbilt Commie five was victorious 
in their own back yard, while the Florida boys outdueled 
the Red and Blue in Rebtown 63-61 in a last second vic- 
tory. 

Ole Miss broke the string with two consecutive wins 



over Southwestern and arch-rival State before bowing 
to Auburn and Alabama, two teams they had beaten at 
home, in the season windups. The best feature of What- 
ley's crew was four successive wins at the beginning of 
the season. The Rebels bested the State Maroons in 
each of their clashes to gather some salve for the painful 
wounds. 

Once again Jack "Shadow" Marshall was the offensive 
bellcow, racking up 283 points over a 2 1 -game stretch 
for a 13.5 season average. Captain Maxie McMullen 
and sophomore star R. B. Reeves finished second and 
third, with Memphis Maxie shading Reeves 234 to 233. 
Their point average was the same, however. 

Marshall's 348 field goal percentage was better than 
Kentucky's Beard, but other than McMullen and Reeves, 
who were hot in spots, the Shadow had little help over 
the entire route. 

With seniors Marshall, McMullen, Ray Busby and Dar- 
rel Rosamond slated to depart, the Rebels would have to 
be looking toward replacements for 1949-50 from the fine 
freshman team and returnees Reeves, Rabbit Cook, Jack 
Mann, Jim Dupuy, Bob Fletcher, Bill Parker, Howie String- 
fellow and Otho Kortz. 

W. T. Blackledge, member of the 1948 team, guided 



10 seconds to go - we won - Auburn players battle over bal 



Maxie takes a flying leap for Auburn goal. 





Captain Maxie McMullen, center. 



Jack Marshall, Forward 




the destinies of the frosh hardwood merchants and came 
up with some Grade A talent. 

From the Hoosier state of Indiana came a guard tan- 
dem, Al Graehler and Cliff Mehrtens, that seemed likely 
candidates for much cage duty before their terms draw 
to a close at Ole Miss. Florida's Billy Renfroe, an all- 
state prep performer, showed well as did another all prep 
star, Memphian Jimmy Childers. A potential red hot 
drawing card for future reference was the five-foot five 
Windy City sensation, Wally Piekarski, who holds the 
Chicago individual scoring record — 92 points in a single 
game. Tom Crockett, Dan Robbins, Les Shumate, as well 
as King, Beil and Fairchild, were other rookies who saw 
yannigan action. 

Ole Miss 67; Miss. College 50 

Ole Miss 81; Miss. College 55 

Ole Miss 69; Miss. State 61 

Ole Miss 60; Southwestern 52 

Ole Miss 54; Georgia 63 

Ole Miss 49; Vanderbilt 62 

Ole Miss 47; Auburn 43 

Ole Miss 42; Alabama 37 

Ole Miss 48; LSU 58 

Ole Miss 45; Kentucky 75 

Ole Miss 44; Tulane 70 



Left 1o Right: Don Blanchard, center, and Jack Mann, guard. 




Ole Miss 52; Vanderbilt 

Ole Miss 34; Tulane 

Ole Miss 39; LSU . . 

Ole Miss 31; Kentucky 

Ole Miss 61; Florida 



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74 
49 
85 
63 



Ole Miss 81; Southwestern 62 

Ole Miss 52; Mississippi State 51 

Ole Miss 57; Alabama 64 

Ole Miss 61; Auburn 65 



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the Mcdowell hall of fame— all of 'em females 



One Sunday afternoon in early March James "Dallas" 
McDowell, who appreciates a female hook shot as well 
as a classic limb, reminisced in the Grill. It was shortly 
after Kappa Delta's 31-20 championship cage victory 
over Delta Gamma. 

Drooling in his coffee, the 1949 Ole Miss sports 
editor looked back at the greatest year in women's intra- 
mural basketball history. Under the direction of Miss 
Stella O'Neill, the local lassies had engaged in one of the 
fastest double elimination sessions anywhere. 

"How would it be," he said, "to pick an all-star team 
from these dozens of cuties? After all, it'll fill up space." 

Having much space to be filled, and because Mc- 
Dowell refused to write any more copy until this all-star 
sguad was sent to the printer, we agreed it was a won- 
derful idea. 

The KD's, who were beaten in their second outing of 



the year by the same Delta Gamma's they later whipped, 
staged their comeback riding on the offensive ability of 
five foot three floor-woman Jean Sain. Porthander Sain 
not only set a new University scoring record for a single 
game — 43 points — but ran away with scoring honors for 
the season, averaging 21 points in a spree that totaled 
147. Teammate Carolyn Prewitt was runnerup with 98, 
while the Gamma's great threat, Lib Pilkinton, was there 
with 77. 

In addition to these, "Dallas" picked the following to 
fill his twelve-woman sguad. Nina Nosser, the Indepen- 
dent flash, and Chi O's Mary Frances Waring and Ann 
Adcock round out the forwards. 

Leading the defensive workmen is DG's terrific guard 
Jo Ward, followed by teammate Helen Karr, KD's Elea- 
nor Knee and Jo Bogard, Chi O's Betty Higdon and In- 
dependent Hazel Oakes. 



Left to Right: Rabbit Cook, guard; Howard Stringfellow, forward; Darrell Rosamond, guard; and Daylight Fletcher, center. 




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Fion* Row: Le*r to Right, Jug Lowery, manager; Bubba Blackwell, cakher; Tommy Tharp, pitcher; Pat Vinson, outfielder; Howard String- 
fellow, second base; Middle Row: Rabbit Cook, catcher; George Scheider, pitcher; Jimmy Caldwell, infielder; Jackie Poole, outfielder; 
Jim Jupuy, pitcher; Olin Briscoe, pitcher; Top Row: Coach Tom Swjyza; Charley Conerly, center fielder; Jim Pannell, pitcher; Barney 
Poole, first baseman; Bob Fletchar, utility; John Bruce, left fielder; Bobby Wilson, right fielder; and Coach Tad Smith. 



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Despite the fact that Tad Smith's men won only six 
out of 22 games, the 1948 baseball team exhibited before 
packed stands every Spring afternoon they appeared on 
the local diamond. 

The fans had a chance to see the last varsity athletic 
appearance of Charley Conerly, who starred as well on 
the diamond as he did on the gridiron. Conerly led the 
Rebel hitting, belting at a terrific .451 clip. Bobby Wil- 
son followed for second place honors with a .359 mark. 
Only two other Rebels to bat over .300 were Reserve Art 
Abraham and Charley McCool, shortstop who was in- 



jured in mid-season. McCool batted .310 to Abraham's 
.308. 

Wilson made the most roundtrips around the field — 
five — followed by Barney Poole's four and Conerly's 
three. Conerly drove in 22 runs, Wilson 21, and Poole 
and John Burch 15 each. 

George Scheider and Toby Majure were the only 
twirlers to win two games for Tad Smith's nine. Majure 
lost three as did Jim Dupuy and Slim Jim Pannell. 

The freshman squad. 




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RESULTS 



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Ole M 
Ole M 
Ole M 
Ole M 
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Ole M 
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Miss. Southern I 

Miss. Southern 8 

Meridian Peps 15 



Auburn . . 
Auburn . . 
Delta State 
Delta State 
Alabama 
Alabama 
Florida . . 
Florida . . 
Florida . . 



Tu'ane 9 

Tulane II 

Miss. State 6 

Miss. State 17 

LSU 6 

LSU 10 

Alabama 10 

Alabama 17 

Miss. State 6 

Miss. State 







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Ail-Southeastern hurdler Joe Johnson of Ole Miss, Haley of State and Cooter Faggard, another 
Rebel, top the timber in the Ole Miss-State traclt meet. 



Wes Knight guided Ole Miss spikesters to an undefeated season 
plus a fine showing in the Birmingham SEC meet. He boasted one 
of the finest groups of Red and Blue thinclads in recent years. 

Opening the season, the Rebs blasted Arkansas State 103-30 be- 
fore moving into Big Shelby and handing Southwestern a lOOyV 
33'/2 licking. Vanderbilt's Commies could chalk up only 26 points, 
while the University marked up an impressive 88. 

Mississippi State entered the fray as favorite, but the local squad 
reached its zenith, particularly in the field events, and a 71-60 
triumph was racked up. 

The fourth and final team victory was the invasion of Mississippi 
College, where Ole Miss marched ahead, despite the Choctaws 
possession of keen middle distance and distance events runners. 

At Birmingham, no less than five men fron Oxford came out on 
the 1948 All-SEC roster. "Dixie" Howell raced Tulane's Paul 
Beinz down to the wire before finishing as runnerup in 9.7 time. 

Howell and winged-footed Will Glover had given Doc Knight's 



aggregation a powerful one-two punch, along with the neat efforts 
of freshman sprinter Bobby Hemphill. 

Big Jim Fields and Dynamite Farragut set new University records 
in the shot put and discus throw respectively, and also made the 
luminary squad. 

Memphis Joe Johnson, a fine hurdler, and Bob Kell, able quartor- 
miler, were other Ole Miss members of the honor squad. Hairline 
Harper, co-captain with Johnson, provided able representation in 
the high and broad jumps. "D" and "J", the Salley twins, and 
Red Davis showed definite ability in the pole vault. Doug Hamley 
and Puny Mann aided Farragut and Fields as weight men, while 
Denny Faggard was but a stride behind Johnson as a hurdler. 
Bruce Austin was the top gladiator in the distance events. 

But it was swiflies Howell and Glover, along with Farragut, Fields, 
Harper, and Johnson, who contributed the greatest number of total 
points during the entire season. 



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Jim Fields, All-Southeastern shot put 
specialist, holds ihe University record. 



Dixie Howell, All-Southeastern sprinter, and 

Will Glover outflank and finish ahead of State 

star Harper Davis. 



Ken Farragut, All-Southea'.tern discus thrower, 
broke the University record. 








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GOLF TEAM 

Left to right: Billy Lovelady, Nat Washburn, Coach Junie Hovious, Ray Choate, John Purvis, and Jim Coleman. 

GOLF AND TENNIS 



Al Stone and Ray Choate, representing Ole Miss in 
the Southern Intercollegiate golf tournament at Athens, 
Ga., qualified with six-over-par 78's, Stone winning one 
match 6-5, but losing 3-2 to Dave Sullivan of Miami. 
Choate had difficulty with his putts and lost 2-1 to LSU's 
Joe Moore in the first round. 

But Coach Junie Hovious's linksmen had gone unde- 
feated through seven matches before they lost to Ala- 
bama and Wake Forest. Besides Stone and Choate, 
other members were John Purvis, Bill Lovelady, Nat Wash- 
burn and Jim Coleman. 



Ole Miss defeated Millsaps during the 1948 net cam- 
paign, sweeping the matches from the Majors, with the 
exception of a triumph by Ding Dong Bell, the Millsaps 
ace. George Worthen, Bill Condon, J. D. Condon, Ar- 
mond Molotke, Jerry Tiblzer, Reuben Boyette and Clin- 
ton Johnson rounded out Wobble Davidson's squad. 

Mississippi State, Southwestern, Birmingham Southern, 
Western Michigan, Sewanee and Memphis State rounded 
out the Rebel net schedule, each team winning decisive 
victories. 



THE TENNIS TEAM 

Left to right: Rufus C. Johnson, Billy Condon, Reuben Boyett, Armond Molotke, Jerry Tiblier, and George Worthen. 




INTRA- 
MURAL 
COUNCIL 




OFFICERS 

FRED GARAWAY President 

PAUL HENLEY Vice-President 

GLOVER ALCORN RUSSELL Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

BOB CAMPION Anchor and Chain 

CHARLES TORJUSEN Alpha Tau Omega 

H. W. BURNAM Beta Theta Pi 

BILL MULKINS Delta Kappa Epsilon 

CHESTER COCHRAN Delta Psi 

PETE CASTLE Independent 

FRED GARAWAY Kappa Alpha 

F. A. McCOY, JR Kappa Sigma 

LESTER SHIPLEY Phi Delta Theta 

MAURICE LABENS Phi Epsilon Pi 

CHARLES JORDAN Phi Kappa Psi 

BYRD TRUSSELL Pi Kappa Alpha 

GLOVER ALCORN RUSSELL Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

JAMES R\Y Sigma Chi 

PAUL HENLEY Sigma Nu 

NORMAN ELLIS Sigma Phi Epsilon 



In order to provide extra-curricular athletic 
activities for students who do not participate in 
varsity athletics, the Intramural council was 
formed in 1935. Intramural teams are formed 
from the fraternities, the independent organiza- 
tion, and the Anchor and Chain, an organization 
of NROTC students. Teams are active in nearly 
all the major and minor sports prevalent in this 
section of the country. 

"Hotshot" Gardner makes a wild fling. 




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IIH SPORTS 



Rough weather around Oxford pushed the Intramural 
football conflicts well into 1949, the championship game 
being played in February when basketball was already 
under way. In the final game, however, Sigma Nu came 
out ahead of SAE with a 29-0 margin. 

In cage squabbles Pharmacy was again the fair-haired 
boy. Defeating SAE in the annual Intramural night, they 
won the school championship while Kappa Sig, suffering 
their single defeat of the season earlier at the hands of 



the pill-rollers, retained top honors in the fraternity loop. 
In 1948 cinder competition Kappa Alpha nosed out 
Sigma Chi by four points, 1 8V2 to K 1 /^, for the cham- 
pionship. 

Kappa Sig won the softball trophy in 1948 as well as 
the singles tennis championship. From the end of the 
row came Phi Kappa Psi for honors in the summer soft- 
ball battles. 



Elchos takes off around left end in Independent — Sigma Nu footbal 



Kell goes off the ground for a high one in Delta Psi — ATO game 










OFFICERS 

ELEANOR KNEE President 

LIB PILKINTON Vice-President 

MARTHA BOWMAN Secretary-Treasurer 

BETTY HADAD Reporter 

MISS STELLA O'NEAL Sponsor 

Founded in 1926, the Women's Athletic Association offers the 
opportunity to every woman student in the University to partici- 
pate in a varied program of activities while at school and in 
leisure life after college days. Members not appearing in panel: 
Margie Baggett, Mary Joyce Clayton, Gaynelle Gex, Ruth Hales, 
Billy Johnson, Merle Martin. 



First Row: Am Adcock, Margie Alston, 
Christine Anderson, Virginia Austin, Barbara 
Banahan, Katie Bankston, Ann Barrier, Diana 
Beaton, Jean 3eck, Andree Benoist, Anne 
Berdon. Second Row: Mary Frances Blanch- 
ard, Jane Boring, Adrienne Bourgeous, Betty 
Bramlett, Betty Jean Brandon. Barbara Brock, 
Martha Kat Brougher, Betty Brown, Elizabeth 
Brown, Margaret Ann Bowen, Martha Bow- 
man. Third Row: Janet Buford, Mary Ellen 
Bullock, Helen Burnside, Marilyn Burrill, Evelyn 
Campbell, Betty Carter] Jeffie Carter, Barbara 
Cason. Annie Loys Childress, Olive Elizabeth 
Clower, Betty Coker. Fourth Row: Emily 
Colbert, Tennie Coleman, Betty Colquitt, 
Helen Coplen, Charlotte Coward, Jane Craw- 
ford, Betty Crawiey Betty Crigger, Nettie 
Crocker, Ann Crawson, Gloria Dandridge. 
Fifth Row: Lucy DeSpain, Sara Doss, Juiie 
Douglas, Betty Drury Lillian Duke, Virginia 
Ann Echols, Mary Jane Eckles, Jean Ells- 
worth, Jean Embrey Marianne Farmer, Emily 



Faulk. Sixth Row: Fat Fayard, Dorothy Fields, 
Vivian Findley, Joan Freeman, Lanelle Gaf- 
ford, Margaret Gist, Sara Greaves, Harriet 
Green, Ann Gully, Betty Hadad, Frances 
Hagan. Seventh Row: Polly Hager, June 
Hardwick, Ruth Hargrove, Laddie # Harton, 
Shirley Hataway, LeClarie Heidenreich, 
Frances Hemeter, Betty Herlihy, Betty Higdon, 
Carolyn Holman, Mary Holmes. Eighth Row: 
Alice Hunter, Betty Jourdan, Sophie Junkin, 
Helen Karr, Tressa King, Eleanor Knee, Betty 
Kramer, Carolyn Lane, Betty Jo_ Latham, 
Eugenia Levang?r, Faye Lewis. Ninth Row: 
Jean Lewis, Olivia Lewis, Charlotte Lowery, 
Elizabeth Luckett, Ann Lum, Minette Mahoney, 
Nancy Marr, Joyce Mauldin Jean Mauldin, 
Barbara Miller, Mary Nan Monaghan. Tenth 
Row: Hazel Moore, Frances Morris, Nina 
Murphree, Mary Myers, Ella Beth McAdams, 
Mary Forest McCall, Carolyn McCurdy, Mary 
Louise McDaniel, Rebecca Mclnnis, Bobbye 
Mclntyre, Hatty McKay. 







First Row: Ann McLean, Joan McLeilan, Eleanor Norsworthy, 
Nina Nosser, Ann Odom, Judy Orr, Ann Osborn, Jeannine 
Pelham. Second Row: Billy Phillips, Elmira Pieriocich, Eliza- 
beth Pilkinton, Peggy Pleasants, Ann Pointer, Patty Ponder, 
Barbara Price, Betty Prichard. Third Row: Jo Ragan, Mild- 
red Reed, Ann Reilly, Patricia Reilly, Nellie Riley, Ann Rheney, 
Margaret Robinson, Sue Rogers. Fcurth Row: Carolyn Ross, 
Jean Sain, Jane Savage, Babs Sherrod, Margaret Shipp, Mary 
Alice Shourds, Myrtle Simmons, Fay Sims. Fifth Row: Jeanne 
Smith, Elizabeth Smith, June Sneed, Vivian Spear, Caryl 
Spence, Gloria Steadman, Jane Stisher, Jean Stockett. Sixth 



Row: Marie Stokes, Elizabeth Sturdivant, Lillian Sweat, Vivian 
Sweat, Bobby Taylor, Minnie Taylor, Janie Therrell, Evelyn 
Thompson. Seventh Row: Lannese Thompson, Natalie Thomp- 
son, Mary Tobias, Joanne Tully, Martha Turner, Merrick Turpin, 
Eone Veazey, Ellen Wade. Eighth Row: Dorothy Waite, Bar- 
bara Wallace, Martha Wallace, Gwen Walker, Jo Ward, Mary 
Frances Waring, Barbara Warley, Lida Wasson. Ninth Row: 
Sara Webster, LaNelle Wells, Mary Weston, Ella White, Tracy 
White, Carolyn Williams, Mutt Williams, Pat Williams. Tenth 
Row: Virginia Wing, Bobby Wolfe, Nancy Wood, Kathryn 
Wright, Patsy Wright, Esther Yerger, Harvey Ross Young, 
Mary Zachow. 




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Aphrodite. 
Goddess of Love & Beauty 



Demeter 
Goddess Of "Rural Life 




Athena 

Goddess Of W»5don 




Artemis 

Goddess Of The Chase 



Terpischore 

Goddess Of The Dance 




First Row: May Stiles Artz, Lydy Becker, Martha Bowman, Betty Brown, Suzette Buehler, Mary Elizabeth Cates, Nancy Chenault Helen 
Coplen. Second Row: Dorothy Hamm, Patsy Haynes, Joan Johnson, Tressa King, Eleanor Knee, Jean Lott, Anne McLean, Barbara 
Miller. Third Row: Betsy Moore, Jean Pemble, Patsy Reilly, Lillian Tankersley, Natalie Thompson,, Nancy Wood, Ann Wright, 

Dorothy Wright 



MEMBERS 



STILES ARTZ Chi Omega 

MARY ELIZABETH CATES Chi Omega 

ANN McCLEAN Chi Omega 

LYDY BECKER Delta Delta Delta 

DOT HAMM Delta Delta Delta 

ANN WRIGHT Delta Delta Delta 

NANCY CHENAULT Delta Gamma 

BETSY MOORE Delta Gamma 

LILLIAN TANKERSLEY Delta Gamma 

MARTHA BOWMAN Delta Zeta 

BETTY BROWN Delta Zeta 

TRESSA KING Delta Zeta 



JOAN JOHNSON Kappa Delta 

ELEANOR KNEE Kappa Delta 

JEAN LOTT Kappa Delta 

PATSY REILLY Kappa Kappa Gamma 

NATALIE THOMPSON Kappa Kappa Gamma 

NANCY WOOD Kappa Kappa Gamma 

SUZETTE BUEHLER Phi Mu 

JEAN PEMBLE Phi Mu 

DOT WRIGHT Phi Mu 

HELEN COPLEN Zeta Tau Alpha 

PATSY HAYNES Zeta Tau Alpha 

BARBARA MILLER Zeta Tau Alpha 



Promoting harmony among the social .sororities on the 
campus is the primary purpose of the Pan-Hellenic coun- 
cil. One of its major functions of the group is the regu- 
lation of rushing among the eight sororities. 



The local Pan-Hellenic Council is a member of the 
National Pan-Hellenic Conference. It is composed of the 
presidents of each of the sororities located at Ole Miss, 
plus two other members from each organization. The offi- 
cers are chosen by rotation. 



Nl-KELIENIC COUNCIL 



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They Turn Green When You Men- 
tion ""Kappa* 9 ... Ha is if Mm> 
MP raps in Frery Won? And Then . . . 
The First Female Greeks On The 

i una juts. 



OFFICERS 

ANNE McLEAN President 

MARY ELIZABETH CATES Vice-President 

EMMAGENE HARDY Secretary 

RUTH JENKINS Treasurer 

LILLIAN SWEAT Pledge Trainer 



CN 



OMEGA 



Chi Omega was founded way back in the days when no one knew better, and Tau chapter was the 
first female Greek outfit here in 1895 . . . the girls whimper at the slightest mention of the Kappa 
house . . . black dress is a standard reguirement for membership . . Ann McLean tries to keep 
everyone pacified and Mec Cates of Mortar Board is helpful . . Ruth Jenkins counts all that gold 

. . . while Emmagene Hardy writes frantic notes to national . . . Mary Frances Waring, "snow 
gueen," leads the clan in cheers, and the whole darn school for that matter, and is a favorite . . . 
Ann Adcock, her cohort, plays everything cool . . . Ann Penn is a sultry beauty, and Betty Jean 
Henderson tries to be . . . Marilyn Nason is a favorite with a knocked-out figure . . . Sophie Junkin 
has a sexy voice . . . the Sweat twins are sweet and alike . . Merrick "Daisy Mae" Turpin keeps 
high the friendly standard, is a favorite and sponsors the Cardinal club . . . Gloria Dandridge is 
feature editor of the Mississippian . . . the members sing something about an owl and some straw 

. . . they sniff white carnations daily . . . and they have streamers of cardinal and straw . . . 
"Hush, little baby — don't you cry — you'll be a Chi O by and by" rings through the house frantically 
during rush season . . . Members not appearing in panel: Agatha Adcock, Ruth Grey, Frances Lee 
Magee, Helen Stephens . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Mabel Ann Ball. 




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First Row: 

Ann Adcock 

Alice Alein 

May Stiles Artz 

Catherine Gene Bankston 

Ann Barrier 

Martha Biggs 

Jane Boring 

Second Row: 

Margaret Ann Bowen 
Betty Bramlett 
Mary Elizabeth Cates 
Jane Crawford 
Alice Critz 
Gloria Dandridge 
Emmagene Hardy 

Third Row: 

Betty Jean Henderson 
Helm Henderson 
Mary Ann Holmes 
Alice Hunter 
Ruthie Jenkins 
Sophie Junkin 
Frances Latham 

Fourth Row: 

Ann Lum 

Peggy Mahoney 

Mary Louise McDaniels 

Fannie McFall 

Anne McLean 

Mary Cornelia Murphy 

Julia Murray 

Fifth Row: 

Marilyn Mason 
Wilbla Nason 
Ann Patterson 
Ann Peinn 
Mary Jane Prowell 
Marilyn Purser 
Jean Rigsby 

Sixth Row: 

Joyce Roseborough 
Patricia Scobey 
Marie Stokes 
Lillian Sweat 
Vivian Sweat 
Janie Therrell 
Mary Frances Waring 

PLEDGES: 
Seventh Row: 

Barbara Banahan 
Adrienne Bourgeois 
Mary Ellen Bullock 
Jeffrie May Carter 
Betty Coker 
Martha Furr 
Margaret Gist 

Eighth Row: 
Bettye Higdon 
Carolyn Lane 
May Jean Lipe 
Elizabeth Luckett 
Sudie Ann McCool 
Rebecca Mclnnis 
Ann Pointer 
Pattie Ponder 

Ninth Row: 

Barbara Price 
Rebecca Prichard 
Jo Ruth Ragan 
Evelyn Thompson 
Merrick Turpin 
Elsie Wilsford 
Bobbie Wolfe 
Esther Yerger 



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I it.. Out Of Fire Made The Favor- 
ites . . . To Top it Off They Have 
Hiss Oie Miss ... And A Majorette 
fVith A JVieked Hip. 



OFFICERS 

LYDY BECKER President 

ANN DUKE Vice-President 

WATSIE SUMNERS Recording Secretary 

EMILY COLBERT Corresponding Secretary 

MARY NAN MONAGHAN Treasurer 



DELTA 
DELTA 
DELTA 



The Triple-D girls have been headed by the oh-so capable Lydy Becker since January, 1947 . . . 
she is a wheel in the University Players . . . Ann Duke takes over in the pinches . . . while Mary 
Nell Monagan keeps the lock and keys . . . Watsie Sumners takes down the notes . . . Pat Ford 
does her best to be vague . . . Penny Hardaway is three times a beauty and a favorite . . . Watsie 
Sumners raises the "C" average to an "A" . . . Sue Haney emotes most effectively with the Univer- 
sity Players, and Ann Gulley had the lead role in "John Loves Mary" . . . Sara Webster is "Miss 
Oxford" . . . Helen Henry received the title of Miss Ole Miss from the student body . . . she is 
also a cheerleader and a favorite . . . Helen Burnside, another favorite, wears the white sweater with 
the "M" on it since she is the sponsor for the varsity athletes . . . Ella White struts profusely with 
the band . . . Dot Hunter plays prettily on the piano . . . Eleanor Green giggles and is a favorite 
. . . Charlotte Coward is another . . . Martha Kate Brougher is an NROTIC sponsor . . . The Tri- 
Delts exploded here in 1926 after being founded the night before Thanksgiving in 1888 . . . they 
favor pansies . . . they say that silver, blue and gold dims the warmth of other colors, if there are 
any others . . . every year they put on the traditional "Tri-Delt Wedding" if for no other reason than 
that it lets most everyone get in on the act . . Members not appearing in panel: Mary Joyce 
Clayton. 




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First Row: 
Elizabeth Becker 
Sue Block 
Helen Burnside 
Emily Colbert 
Christine Coleman 
Ann Duke 
Lillian Ann Duke 

Second Row: 
Mary Jane Eckles 
Pat Ford 
Dot Hamm 
Sue Haney 
Betty Hansen 
Penny Hardaway 
Frances Hemeter 

Third Row: 

Helen He/iry 

Dot Hunter 

Bettye Jourdan 

Jean Lewis 

Patty McKay 

Mary Nan Monaghan 

Sue Rogers 

Fourth Row: 
Jeanne Smith 
Watsie Sumners 
Betsy Tiblier 
Bit Tobias 
Martha Turner 
Elsie Varner 
Gwen Walker 

fifth Row: 

Ella White 
Elliene Williams 
Ann Wright 

Pledges: 

Christine Anderson 
Janet Buford 
Martha Kate Brougher 
Charlotte Coward 
Harriet Denham 

Sixth Row: 

Sara Alice Doss 
Marianne Farmer 
Emily Faulk 
Dorothy Fields 
Sara Graves 
Elinor Green 
Ann Gulley 
Laddie Harton 

Seventh Row: 
Margaret Jackson 
Betty Jo Latham 
Olivia Lewis 
Carolyn McCurdy 
Hazel Moore 
Patricia Pack 
Margaret Robinson 
Jane Savage 

Eignth Row: 
Babs Sherrad 
Margaret Shipp 
Elizabeth Ann Smith 
Eone Veazey 
Cindy Walton 
Carolyn Williams 
Patricia Williams 
Sara Webster 



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!###»/ Oin'4'it. Miss Mississippi, Mfajor- 
*'ii4>*. And Brains ... t «#/ I Girl 
With I I imfj, Long 4 ampus. 



OFFICERS 

JEAN PEMBLE President 

ETH CARLEY Vice-President 

CLAIRE AYCOCK Secretary 

LEILA ALEXANDER Treasurer 



PHI 

Mil 



A group of real Southern women, Phi Mu started back in 1852 at Georgia Wesleyan . . . Alpha 
Delta chapter came to the campus in 1926 . . . Jean Pemble wields the gavel, and Beth Carley lends 
a hand now and then . . . Leila Alexander keeps tabs on the money and Claire Aycock of Mortar 
Board takes notes of anything important . . . the outfit proudly boasts Joyce Hollingsworth, a drum 
majorette from Kosciusko who took the title of "Miss Mississippi of 1948" . . . Jean Pemble reigned 
as May Queen last year, is a favorite, and fosters relations with Sigma Chis . . . Billy Jean Little 
was another strutter with the band . . . Millicent Merritt looks vougish . . . Dot Wright tries to run 
things when they let her . . . Marian Tiblier thinks she set a record with a 23-day campus . . . Lib 
Blanchard writes and is regimental sponsor for ROTC, and she likes to ride, paint and talk horses 
. . . Dorothy Lee Roberts and Jane Lamar are also favorites . . . Claire Aycock is president of 
YWCA . . . not for these girls a plain carnation, but the Enchantress no less, which we suppose is 
still a carnation . . . they have as their colors rose and white, and try to convince you that "The 
Girl of Your Dreams is Simply Divine, For You're Loving a Real Phi Mu." 




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First Row: 

Edith Adcsck 
Leila Alexander 
Clair Aycock 
Suzzette Buehler 
Elizabeth Blanchard 
Beth Carley 
Annie Lois Childress 

Second Row: 

Elizabeth Dorsey 
Martha Sue Draper 
Larey Evans 
Barbara Fly 
Connie Kayser 
Biilie Jean Little 
Mary Jane Madden 

Third Row: 

Biilie McClendon 
Ann McLendon 
Millicent Merritt 
Jean Pemble 
Martha Spencer 
Emogene Standifer 
Ann Turley 

Fourth: Row 

Elizabeth Watkins 
Claire Wells 
Jeanne Wheeler 
Barbara Worthington 
Martha Wrenn 
Dorothy Wright 

PLEDGES: 

Barbara Jean Barnes 

Fifth Row: 

Mary Frances Blanchard 

Betty Collins 

Ann Crowson 

Maggie Rea Curie 

Kathryn Faherty 

Ellen Gorton 

Joyce Hollingsworth 

Sixth Row: 
Lynn Holloway 
Betty Lillian Jones 
Jane Lamar 
Bobbie Neyland 
Ann Odom 
Ann Osborn 

Seventh Row: 

Rosemary Owen 
Elizabeth Ray 
Dorothy Lee Roberts 
Rita P.obertshaw 
Gloria Louise Steadman 
Jean Stockett 

Eighth Row: 

Marian Tibilier 
Mary Ann Tucker 
Joan Williams 
Virginia Wing 
Patsy Wright 
Harvey Ross Young 




Betu>een Th<> l>< , il * I,,,/ #/,*. IHH>\ 

Arkansas 4m*il. And ##»*• i'hampion 
Of Thv Daypatvh Stnmp. 



OFFICERS 

JEAN LOTT President 

MARGARET WALTERS Vice-President 

JO BOGARD Secretary 

IDA STONE Treasurer 



KAPPA 
DELTA 



These qirls live in a snuq white house between the Chi O's and the DDD's and cast suspicious 
qiances both ways . . Jean Lott is in command with Marqaret Walters behind her every step of 
the way . . . Ida Stone, a local Brenda Starr, tries valiantly to collect and Jo Boqard, an Arkansas 
qirl who can write, takes scratchy notes . . . Eleanor Knee is the brain of the qroup as president of 
WAA and a member of Mortar Board . . willowy Carolyn Prewitt is a three-time favorite, secretary 
of the ASB and ROTC battalion sponsor . . Lott is on Mortar Board, the "Y" committee and vice- 
president of WSGA . . .Liz Sturdivant owns a i ed convertible . . . Julie Davis is a favorite and 
into everythinq . . . Dot Hunter "edits' society for the Mississippian and is another favorite . . . 
she is assisted in her "editinq" by Carol Price and Sara Mason . . Charm Crum, a Yankee, is ATO 
Sweetheart and an NROTC sponsor . . Joan Johnson heads the Home Economics club and Carol 
Price does a mean and famous shuffle . . Charlotte Dickinson tries to be Bohemian as do so many 
other University Players . . Pat Fayard is short, cute and from Biloxi, y'all . Faye Lewis eloped 
in December . . . Joyce Murphy won the Doqpatch Stomp contest Sadie Hawkins day the girls 

first got toqether at Virqinia State Normal in 1897 . . . they crept into Ole Miss in 1927 and were 
well planted before the door could be latched . . they carry a white rose, love the emerald and the 
pearl, and can be seen in green and white . they hum "Sweet and Drooly KD's from Ole Miss — 
Hi Y'all . . . Members not appearing in panel: Jean Simmons . . . Pledges not appearing: Faye 
Lewis, Jean Sain, Josephine Stratton, Lannese Thompson. 




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First Row: 
Betty Alford 
Kate Alford 
Betty Atwood 
Pat Billingsley 
Jo Bogard 
Riley Cole 
Charmaine Crum 

Second Row: 

Julie Davis 
Charlotte Dickinson 
Charlotte Downs 
Jeane Embry 
Pat Fayard 
Dorothy Jean Hunter 
Betty Duke Jackson 

Third Row: 

Joan Johnson 
Lenora Kellner 
Eleanor Knee 
Thelma Lenz 
Jean Lott 
Ruthie McRee 
Sara Mason 

Fourth Row: 
Carolyn Prewitt 
Carol Price 
Betty Rives 
Alicia Rollins 
Billie Jean Sepich ' 
Al lie Jean Stone 
Idanelle Stone 

Fifth Row: 

Elizabeth Sturdivant 
Charline Todd 
Margaret Walters 

PLEDGES: 
Carolyn Alford 
Margie Alston 
Betty Colquitt 
Betty Cox 

Sixth Row: 

Vegi Dick 

Kay Ford 

Joan Freeman 

Betty Herlihy 

Peggy Horn 

Mary Brook Kethley 

Seventh Row: 

Gladys McGaughy 
Betty Marable 
Joyes Murphy 
San Stewart Owens 
Carolyn Ross 
Caryl Spence 

Eighth Row: 

Nancy Tatum 
Joanne Tully 
June Walden 
Barbara Wallace 
Barbara Warley 
Betty Williams 




.1 imvnuinv Mississippi Pratturi . . . 
To A #»#»/» Thv Salty I h*>m*> Going . I 
Gang-plank fearers Thv Front Stvps. 



DELTA 

GAMMA 



OFFICERS 

NANCY CHENAULT President 

ELIZABETH PILKINTON Vice-President 

EETSY MOORE Corresponding Secretary 

CATHERINE HUGGINS Recording Secretary 

PAT GORE Treasurer 

LILLIAN TANKERSLEY Rushing Chairman 

HELEN KARR Standards Chairman 



First chapter of Delta Gamma was launched right here in dear ole Oxford at the Lewis School for 
Girls in 1873 when the girls could not leave the house for the rain . . . the DG's resettled in 1936 
and now they sail on in all kinds of weather . . . they wear an anchor and to keep the salty theme 
going they put a gang-plank up to the door at parties . . . Nancy Chenault is captain of the crew 

. . . Lib Pilkington helps sfeers the path . . . Pat Gore locks the safe every night, while Betsy 
Moore and Catherine Huggins keep the log books . . . Pilkinton also serves as treasurer of the ASB 

. . . Moore edited the "M" book . . . Peggy Brown dashes around and looks breathless ... Jo 
James is a convincing debater, a favorite, and she wears a slinky silver evening gown now and then 
to give the boys a thrill . . Lil Tankersley rides a horse around town . . . Virginia Ann Pigford is 
twice a favorite . . . other favorites are Lidie Jones, and Ruth Hargrove who is a frosh cheerleader 

. . . Celia Buntin also yells in front of the freshmen . . . Jane Earhart is a hot-shot reporter over 
at the Journalism department . . . Betsy Stone from Georgia owns the convertible in this crew . . . 
Margaret Zderad holds office in the Home Economics club . . Mary Jane Dixon was a Homecoming 
sponsor . . . bronze, pink and blue are their colors . . . cream colored rose is the flower . . . and 
love that "Delta Gamma Dream Girl" . . Pledges not appearing in panel: June Hardwick. 






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First Row: 

Margaret Bradley 
Nancy Chenault 
Patsy Conerly 
Jane Daigre 
Martha Jane Earhart 
Patricia Gore 

Second Row: 
Polly Hager 
Elizabeth Head 
Catherine Huggins 
Joan Humphreys 
Marijo James 
Helen Karr 

Third Row: 

Jane Lee 
Aline Liles 
Linda Lindley 
Joyce Loflin 
Joyce McGlaun 
Mary Frances Martin 
Beetsie Mercier 

Fourth Row: 

Betsy Moore 
Virginia Ann Pigford 
Elizabeth Pilkinton 
Lillian Tankersley 
Anne Watikins 
Margaret Zderad 

PLEDGES: 
Lorraine Bowers 

Fifth Row: 

Peggy Brown 
Celia Buntin 
Evelyn Campbell 
Betty Crawley 
Mary Jane Dixon 
Jean Gale 
Harriett Geisenberger 

Sixth Row: 

Ruth Hargrove 
Carolyn Holman 
Lucy Imig 
Lucille Jackson 
Lidie Jones 
Ella Beth McAdams 
Anne McDonald 

Seventh Row: 

Myrtle Simmons 
Betsy Stone 
Mary Jc Stuart 
Peggy Swango 
Betty Jane Tatum 
Jo Ward 
Virginia Wooten 



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1 *##» ##*#/#** /i/ Om f otonets* daughters 
. . . A Vary Sponsor And 1 Drvam 
fmiri ... Kittarney Hoses Add A 
Toueh Of Eire. 



DELTA 

HI* 



OFFICERS 

TRESSA KING President 

VIRGINIA ANN AUSTIN Vice-President 

BOBBYE MclNTYRE Recording Secretary 

CAROLYN STICKEROD Corresponding Secretary 

VIRGINIA TANSIL Treasurer 

RAE McDANIELS Editor and Historian 



Founded in 1907 at Miami University the Delta Zetas sneaked into Oxford and are still thriving 
. . . Tressa King does her best to hold up the standards, and Virginia Ann Austin, who is an NROTC 
sponsor, assists . . . Virginia Tansil handles the green stuff and Bobbie Mclntyre records the chatter 
. . . Miriam Marron was Pike Dream Girl and is a wheel in the chapter . . . Martha Bowman, she 
of the suntan, is secretary of the WAA . . . Betty Brown and Billie Johnson are Pixes . . . Virginia 
Tansil is on Mortar Board, the "Y" cabinet and the Committee of 100 . . . Tressa King is secretary 
of the Business Education club . . . Ann Baine got married, but she still hangs around . . . Ellen 
Wade, the colonel's daughter, rides a jeep around the campus . . . other army kids are the Hagan 
sisters, Fay and Frances, colonel's daughters, too, who have spent some few years in Japan . . . 
Fay flashes bulbs in her little Speed Graphic at people . . . the girls wear the Killarney rose when 
they dress up . . . rose and green are their colors . . . and they sing a song entitled "Dream Girl 
of Delta Zeta" . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Gerry Haas, Fay Hagan. 




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First Row: 

Virginia Ann Austin 
Ann Baine 
Martha Bowman 
Betty Brown 

Second Row: 

Billie Johnson 
Tressa King 
Rae McDaniels 
Bobby Mclntyre 

Third Row: 

Miriam Marron 
Jeannine Pelham 
Carolyn Stickerod 
Virginia Tansil 

PLEDGES: 

Fourth Row: 

Betty Aby 
Elizabeth Brown 
Charlene Buck 
Marilyn Burrell 
Lucv De Spain 

Fifth Row: 
Virginia Ann Echols 
Frances Hagan 
Eugenia Levanger 
Merle Martin 
Peggy Mizell 

Sixth Row: 

Mary Myers 
Billie Phillips 
June Sneed 
Ellen Wade 
Mary Zachow 




#/»**«/ Mittt*> The Dubious Pleasure 
Of Living IVexi Door To The \<>u 
House: The Pride Of Their Hearts 
is Zeta. 



Z E T A 
T A U 

ALPHA 



HELEN COPLEN President 

BARBARA MILLER Vice-President 

ANNE RHENEY Secretary 

ELEANORA NORSWORTHY Treasurer 

JOYCE MAULDIN Historian 

PATSY HAYNES Rush Chairman 

This one was dreamed up in 1898 at Virginia State Normal . . . Gamma Delta chapter made its 
way to the campus in 1939 . . . the girls have the misfortune to live next door to the "new house" 

. . . Helen Coplen is the chief . . . Barbara Miller is next on the ladder . . . Nora Norsworthy 
collects and pays . . . whiie Anne Rheney lets them know what they did at the preceding meeting 

. . . Judy Orr is president of the Girl's Glee Club . . . Peggy Laughter is that good looking girl 
from Memphis . . . Patsy Haynes is always busy arid worrying . . . Nora Norsworthy, Gene Mullican 
and Betty Drury are Beta Beta Beta's . . . and Betty Drury has the added honor of being Murder 
Bowl Queen . . . white violets decorate the house on festive occasions . . . along with steel gray 
and turguoise blue . . . they sing something about pride of their hearts ... we presume they mean 
Zeta. 




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First Row: 

Nancy Ashly 
Frecina Batson 
Barbara Brock 
Helen Coplen 
Ruth Crocker 
Betty Drury 

Second Row: 

Lilly Exum 
Vivian Findley 
LaNell Gatford 
Shirley Hataway 
Patsy Haynes 
Gwendolyn Henry 

Third Row: 
Bobbye Jacobs 
Peggy Laughter 
Jean Mauldin 
Joyce Mauldin 
Sara Mayfield 
Barbara Miller 

Fourth Row: 
Genevieve Mullican 
Eleanor Norsworthy 
Judy Orr 
Anne Rheney 
Bobbie Taylor 

PLEDGES: 

Jean Beck 

Fifth Row: 
Betty Carter 
Betty Crigger 
Julia Douglas 
Zilah Lou Green 
Nell Hobgood 
Anne Loveless 

Sixth Row: 

Peggy Pleasants 
Nellie Jean Riley 
Minnie Taylor 
Martha Wallace 
LaNelle Wells 
Quincy Winston 




Theg Got I Great Big \#-## 
House ... Complete With 
Mntloor Plumbing, it Cost 1 
Hundred And Tu?enty Grand. 



OFFICERS 

PATRICIA REILLY President 

NANCY WOOD Corresponding Secretary 

DIANA BEATON Recording Secretary 

BETTY KRAMER Treasurer 



KAPPA 
KAPPA 
GAMMA 



The baby is growing — at least the house is . Delta Rho of the Kappa's established here in 
1946, and they have expanded from a modest room in the "Y" to the 120 thousand bucks worth of 
real estate next door to the new faculty apartments . . we blithely wonder what they will talk about 
now . . . as if you haven't heard, they not only have a playroom, but a dining room for forty-eight 
where they all eat . . . this may account for the multi males seen there around noon toward the end 
of the month . . . Pat Reilly tries to handle this bunch of "keys" . . Frances Morris is second in 
line . . . Diana Beaton records and O. E. Clower corresponds Betty Kramer is the poor child 

who has to pay out all the money . . Natalie Thompson is one of the vice-presidents of the WSGA 
. . . Kitsy Bailey was "MibS Mississippi of 1947" and a favorite this year . . . Ann Berdon, who is a 
member of Pix, attempts sophistication . Sigma Chi's gave their hearts to Lois Teague and titled 
her "Harvest Girl" . . . Katherine Wright, she of the bustle, is a favorite and an ROTC company 
sponsor . . . the outfit takes pride in two more favorites: Betty Prichard and Fay Sims . Jan 
Hays, a sweet Yankee import from the Windy City, wears a Deke pin and is one of the friendliest 
girls on the campus . . . Barbara Cason and Mary Forrest McCall draw . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma 
was established in 1870 at Monmouth . . . they have blue as their color, sapphire shines as their 
jewel, and they ramble on about "A Garden of Blue" . . . fleur-de-lis grows in said garden. 




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First Row: 

Diana Beaton 

Andree Benoist 

Ann Berdon 

Olive Elizabeth Clower 

Janis Hays 

Second Row: 

Betty Kramer 
Virginia Lee 
Mary Forest McCall 
Carole Anne Mixon 
Frances Morris 

Third Row: 
Mildred Reed 
Anne Reilly 
Patricia Reilly 
Mary Alice Shourds 
Lois Teague 

Fourth Row: 
Natalie Thompson 
Mary Leigh Weston 
Nancy Wood 
Barbara Cason 

PLEDGES: 

Carroll Christopher 

Fifth Row: 

Virginia Ann Collier 
Harriet Green 
LeClair Heidenreich 
Betty Prichard 
Fay Sims 

Sixth Row: 

Ada Jane Stisher 
Dorothy Waite 
Lida Jane Wasson 
Eugenia Woods 
Katherine Wright 



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Bacchus -Go3 of Wine ! 



Apollo-theWolf Go6\ 



Morpheus- God of Qeep! 





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Hercules -God of Fire I 



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First Row: Jack Barrett, Edgar Bowman, Henry Campbell, Jack Chambliss, V/illiam Condon, Edward L. Cook Thomas Dean, John 
Dulaney. Second Row: Taylor Eady, Norman Gillis, Lundy Sunn, Charles Friedman, Bruno Furini, Charles karris Vassar Hemp- 
hill, Charles Henley. Third Row: Carl Herrin, George Hopkins, Irwin Kaufman, Eaton Lang, Harold Melvin, Frank Montague, Buddy 
Montague, George Morse. Fourth Row: Robert Mullett, Lamar Pierson, Charles Robison, Robert Shannon, William Spight, Lester 

Sumners, Patterson, Kergosien, and Phillipi. 



OFFICERS 

BOB MULLETT President 

NORMAN GILLIS Vice-President 

BRUNO FURINI Secretary-Treasurer 

MEMBERS 

LAMAR TRIPLETT Alpha Tau Omega 

GEORGE P. HOPKINS Alpha Tau Omega 

FRANK MONTAGUE Beta Theta Pi 

BUDDY MONTAGUE Beta Theta Pi 

LESTER F. SUMMERS Delta Kappa Epsilon 

HENRY CAMPBELL Delta Kappa Epsilon 

JOHN DULANEY Delta Psi 

CHARLES R. HENLEY Delta Psi 

GEORGE MORSE Kappa Alpha 

JACK BARRETT Kappa Alpha 

TOM WATTS Kappa Sigma 

EATON A. LANG, JR Kappa Sigma 

CHARLES R. HARRIS Phi Delta Theta 

JOEL VARNER Phi Delta Theta 

CHARLES O. FRIEDMAN Phi Epsilon Pi 

IRWIN KAUFMAN Phi Epsilon Pi 



LUNDY R. GUNN Phi Kappa Psi 

EDGAR E. BOWMAN Phi Kappa Psi 

JACK CHAMBLISS Phi Kappa Sigma 

BOBBY SHANNON Pi Kappa Alpha 

J. C. HERRIN Pi Kappa Alpha 

EDWARD L. COOK, JR Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

TOM DEAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

HAROLD MELVIN Sigma Pi Epsilon 

BILLY CONDON Sigma Pi Epsilon 

TAYLOR G. EADY, JR Sigma Nu 

CHARLES W. ROBISON Sigma Nu 

WILLIAM SPIGHT Sigma Pi 

LAMAR PIERSON Sigma Chi 

ROBERT C. REEDER Sigma Chi 

The Inter-Fraternity Council serves as a liaison agency 
between the various men's social fraternities on the 
campus. The council is composed of two representatives 
from each fraternity. Its main purposes are to regulate 
rushing among the men's Greek-letter organizations and 
advise them in matters dealing with the administration. 



INTERIRATERNITY COUNCIL 



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The Hatf-Brothers Of The Delta M*sis 
. . . The Fellows Look Up To 
Heidetberg ... Hose-Nose Adams 
fan Telt You About Paris. 



DELTA 
KAPPA 
EPSILUM 



Keeping step with their half-brothers, the Delta Psis, the Dekes also keep their officers a secret 
. . . but it's no secret that the outfit began at Yale in 1844, and it was the first frat here, coming 
in 1850 when the doors of the University were barely open . . . the stone face of Stacy Adams is no 
longer seen — he has opened an alumni chapter in Ethiopia . . . but his little brother, Bob, is still 
around to tell about his trip to France last summer, and, like an old woman, of the operation on his 
nose . . . Tom Cave emotes with the University Players . . . and when an argument comes up, Les 
Sumners and George Rather settle things with their law school wisdom . . . Vance "Uncle Dudley" 
Waggoner paints meerschaums in his spare time and Rack Edwins parties . . . Hank Campbell plays 
football, Son Weatherly dates, and Bob "Hotshot" Gardner pilots the commerce school, assisted by 
Dean Brown . . . Al Perkins, who would rather be known as A. Dashiell Perkins, please, acts and talks 
— he will master-of-ceremonies any occasion, but so far the Parade of Favorites has been his only 
client . . . the chapter looked around for a place to build a snack bar, and they picked R. A. Bonds' 
room . . . they married him off to get it and now Possum Matttingly, Jeff Cole, and Bubber Weath- 
erly live there . . .all the fellows look up to Heidelberg — he is six-three . . . and another tall one, 
Tommy Long, is also a hypochrondiac . . . Elton Mcintosh finally got up enough money to buy a pin, 
which he promptly put on the sweater of one Jan Hays . . .his younger brother doggedly keeps on 
studying for the day he can enter med school . . . although he has been warned by Elwin Darden 
. . . the Deke colors are red, blue and gold . . the pansy, a rugged flower, is only fitting for 
them . . . and in their spare time they sing the "Phi Marching Song" . . . Members not appearing 
in panel: George Armstrong, Clyde Huggins, Tom Long, George Rather, Hyman Simmons, Bob Tyson, 
Wallace Weatherly, Watson Weatherly . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Van Coney, Rack Ed- 
wins, John Mansel, Bob Taylor. 




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First Row: 

Bob Adams 
Perrin Caldwell 
Hank Campbell 
Tom Cave 
Jeff Cole 

Second Row: 
Bob Gardner 
Bill Garner 
Lewis Heidleberg 
George Kirkland 
Sam Lowry 

Third Row: 
Guy Mattingly 
Norfleet Moore 
Taylor McElroy 
Barry Mcintosh 
Elton Mcintosh 

Fourth Row: 
Bill Mulkins 
Al Perkins 
Cecil Ramer 
Herron Rowland 
Bill Skinner 

Fifth Row: 
Lester Sumners 
Jack Tucker 
Vance Waggener 
Hunter Whitsell 
Jimmy Berry 

PLEDGES: 

Frank Carlisle 

Sixth Row: 

Herbert Denton 
Lee Duddleston 
Joe Fasold 
Carrol Ford 
Henry Herndon 
Eddie LeGrand 

Seventh Row: 

Bill Lowe 
Jimmy Lowe 
Herman Parker 
Van Rogers 
David Smith 
George Walters 



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I \ ili-s llflittr I h<> lf«i«»#i-l>ivofi Line*, 

I /#«'.*/ Stiil 1 iiss Som *« Brothers Who 
Hot Void . . . That's Just About Ail 

II «• Mnou?. 



DELTA 
PS 



Exam jitter and cold weather in February of 1943 prompted Bob Love, Bubber Luclcett, and the 
rest of the occupants to throw one too many loqs on the fire and St. Anthony Hall, the oldest fra- 
ternity house in the state, was left a pile of smouldering embers . . some of the boys still sing the 
glories of the "Old Hall" and tell of the deeds before the war . . . among this group of diehards 
are the two Haltom boys, Chester Cochran and Louis Lyell . . . called St. Anthonys, the brothers 
sometimes have difficulty with all of the temptations that their patron saint is reputed to have re- 
sisted . . . Long John Dulaney can't resist Memphis . Kenneth Franks and Charlie Henley can't 
resist acting like law students . . Les Fletcher and Bob Peebles can't find anything to resist . . . 
and Joe Wheeler just plain can't resist so he took the final leap . . B. H. Garner is still trying to 
keep alive the Rover club, a wartime organization with interesting, if not lefty, ideals, which never 
quite caught on . . . always a comparatively small, close-knit group, they pride themselves on their 
secrecy, their large plain badges (sorry, girls — secret, too), their blue and gold ties, and their parties 
. . . songs, officers, meeting time and place are all closely guarded secrets it is known, however, 

that the organization was founded in 1847, and Phi chapter here, the only group south of the Mason- 
Dixon line, was started in 1855 . . . and we know their colors are azure blue and gold . . . they are 
never without their pins, even in the shower . . . and some people wonder how a Delta Psi would eat 
at a nudist colony . . . Members not appearing in panel: Bob Love . . . Pledges not appearing in 
panel: William Dickson, Pressley Fuller, Victor Smith. 




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First Row: 

Gayle Beanland 
Bill Beanland 
David Burns 
Alfred Chandler 
Chester Cochran 

Second Row: 
John Dulaney 
Bob Effinger 
Lawrence Elder 
John Ethridge 
Joe Fancher 

Third Row: 
Leslie Fletcher 
Cecil Fox 
Kenneth Franks 
B. H. Garner 
Joe Gillespie 
David Halbrook 

Fourth Row: 
Bob Haltom 
Joiner Haltom 
Purcell Haynes 
Charles Henley 
Harris Henley 
William Luckett 

Fifth Row: 
Louis Lyell 
Jack Miller 
Robert Peebles 
Ross Shipman 
Joe Wheeler 

PLEDGES: 

Floyd Anderson 

Sixth Row: 

Robert Anderson 
Lamar Arrington 
Ben Barringer 
John Eckhart 
Robert Glover 
William Graves 

Seventh Row 
Royal Hickey 
Joe Lee 
Richard Moore 
Chester Robb 
William Shaw 
Hobson Wakefield 




They iit*' Half tray I it Unit's t nille ... 
Ttro MBrains •• *»*-#' #*/#»#///♦•#/ Fo I» *•*»/» 
// I i>t/4ii . . . j\ I Trombone Player 
With A Suae 13 Shoe. 



OFFICERS 

LUNDY R. GUNN President 

JAMES M. OVERCAST Vice-President 

CHARLIE B. JORDAN Treasurer 

GERALD H. WALTERS Recording Secretary 

VIRGIL F. JAMES, JR Corresponding Secretary 



PH 



LAPPA 
PSI 



The Phi Psi's are the third oldest fraternity on the campus, if you consider halfway to Batesville as 
being Ole Miss . . Sonny Gunn, an extrovert from Tutwiler, heads the outfit, and doubles as the 
biggest ladies' man in the chapter, so he's busy . . . Vice-president is Jimmy Overcast, with Gerald 
H. Walters and Virgil F. James splitting the secretarying capacity, the first doing the recording and 
the other corresponding . . . Charlie Jordan counts pennies . . . only one active, Cecil Woodruff, 
makes really good grades, so they pledged Lawrence Curbo and John Gerdes to keep the gang legal 
on the campus - . . Bobby Hemphill is a not-so-bad football player and David Peel is a member of 
the up-and-coming baby Rebel squad . . . Semski, a trombone blower with Dick Calloway, wears a 
size 13 shoe . . . another trombonist, Donald Dubuisson, plays with the Mississippians . . . Bryan 
Martin plays any instrument with a string on it and livens up the rustic parties the chapter loves to 
throw . . . like most such versatile musicians he can't read a note - . Ed Bowman is a wheel in 
Delta Sigma Pi and will sit for hours and tell anyone who will listen about the good deals he had in 
Hawaii during the late great war . . . Cliff Burgess has a Paul Bunyan appetite . . . Harry Stewart's 
new convertible, Beeilebaum, is pushed more than it runs on its own . . the chapter hit here in 1857 
. . . Jacqueminot Rose is the flower and cardinal red and hunter's green are the colors . . . "Noble 
Fraternity" is the name of their official song . . . Members not appearing in panel: Thomas Lindley, 
William H. Robinson . Pledges not appearing in panel: David H. Peel, Milton D, Terrell. 




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First Row: 

Marion Addison 
George Beckett 
Frank Bel li pa ni 
Joe, Benvenutti 
Edgar Bowman 
J. E. Brannum 
Clifford Burgess 

Second Row: 

Marko Butirich 
James Follansbee 
Clyde Gridley 
Lundy Gunn 
Tommy Haddock 
James Hailey 
Bobby Hemphill 

Third Row: 

Virgil James 
Charlie Jordan 
Rexford Martin 
Charles Mayfield 
Anthony Nunez 
James Overcast 
Lawrence Semski 

Fourth Row: 
Harrv Stewart 
James Tigrett 
Janrjs Tribble 
Robert Tribble 
Gerald Walters 
Cecil Woodruff 
Raich Young 

PLEDGES: 

Fifth Row: 

Ansel Anderson 
Mike Arsulich 
Vincent Bellipani 
Homer Boutwell 
Cecil Caldwell 
Lawrence Curbo 
Donald Dubuisson 

Sixth Row: 
Robert French 
John Gandy 
John Gerdes 
James Hester 
W. L. Jacobs 
Rufus Johnson 

Seventh Row: 

Rufus Jones 
Joe Lawrence 
Martin McLendon 
William Melson 
Julian Nagla 
Everett Nolan 

Eighth Row: 
George Quinnelly 
Joe Sanders 
Douglas Tanner 
Bill Tipton 
Oscar Turnbow 
Robert Walker 



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An Unreconstructed Pro f Adds Pres- 
tige To i h*> 3§en Who Have A Cross 
To Bear ... They Change Dream 
Girls MAhe Socks. 



OFFICERS 

BOB REEDER President 

VASSAR HEMPHILL Vice-President 

TOMMY ROBERTS Secretary 

HERMAN JOHNSTON Treasurer 



SIGMA 
CHI 



Med student Reeder wields the biq stick at meetings . . . he is relieved by Vassar Hemphill when 
the Redhead monopolized Reeder's Wednesday nights . . . Tommy Roberts takes down everything in 
true legal style . . . and Herman Johnson pinches the pennies . . . W. G. Barner and "Carpet- 
baqaer" Flynn crack the whip over the pledges Snake (don't call me Frenchy) Price helps the 

fraternity average by knocking down a regular 3.0 in Law school . . . and Brett (Jumpin') Jackson and 
Flowers offset his good work by tearing out to every party in the state . . . Pledges L. V. Sharp, 
"Trigger" Thompson, and "Piggie" Caldwell knock heads with the freshman footballers . . . Don 
Blanchard and Ken Terry are both performing on the Rebel cage crew, and Terry also hurls the base- 
ball a little . . . "Dooney" Davis and "Soggy" Sweat, two old chapter heads, hang around to hand 
out fatherly advice . . "Shaky" Cole, politician extraordinary, at last has given up all offices — now 
he Just loafs . . "Rah-rah" Ray is his chief assistant when the two are not studying astronomy . . . 
Bart DeLashmet stands around looking important and trying to worry Hannah . . . Hannah in turn 
just stands around . . . Lamar Pierson, of the Peach State Piersons, is the idea man, and Dr. Allen 
Cabaniss adds a little prestige to the group . . . "Shadow" Marshall hangs around for no reason 
other than to pace the varsity basketballers and to keep Ray out of trouble . . . The boys at Miami 
University in Oxford, Ohio, first sported the White Cross, and Ole Miss caught its first glimpse two 
years later . . . Blue and old gold are the colors, and the members have been known to wear white 
roses . . . everyone goes around humming something about a "sweetheart" . . . and just about every 
month they choose a different dream girl . . . Members not appearing in panel: J. C. Bell, Larry 
Corban, Charlie Ford, Jack Marshall, Jimmy Price, Bert Scobey, Aristide Ton, Clyde Williams . . . 
Pledges not appearing in panel: Richard Austin, Paul Draughn, Thomas Guyton, Al Harkins, Fred 
Heppell, Harry Phillips, Pat Roberts, Griffin Scarborough, Ken Terry. 




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First Row: 

Max Akins 
Frank Ashley 
Roy Barrier 
W. G. Barner 
John Bethea 
James Billingsley 
Don Blanchard 
Gregg Breland 

Second Row: 

Jimmy Caldwell 
Bitsy Cole 
Bill Cooper 
Bill Davis 
Bart DeLashment 
Elwood Edwards 
John Flynn 
Flowers Hamrick 

Third Row 

Jack Hannah 
Jack Humphreys 
Brett Jackson 
Herman Johnston 
Lamar Lane 
Eliitt Lawrence 
Robert Little 
Speedy Long 

Fourth Row: 

Charlie Lyle 
Charlie McGill 
Larry Moon 
Sebastin Moore 
John Napier 
George Patterson 
Word Patton 
Lamar Pierson 

Fifth Row: 

Frank Polk 
James Ray 
Clay Rayner 
Robert Reeder 
Lloyd Rhian 
Jack Rhymes 
Jack Ritter 
Jack Rivers 

Sixth Row: 

Curtis Roberts 
Eugene Scobey 
Gavin Scott 
Jim Snow 
Bill Yates 
PLEDGES: 
James Ashley 
Ralph Barber 
Tom Barry 

Seventh Row: 

Norris Caldwell 
Richard Carrington 
John Carroll 
Al Covington 
James Crosby 
Edward Dunn 
William Greene 
Thomas Hammond 
Jack Hatcher 

Eighth Row: 

William Jackson 
Lafjyette Jennings 
Bobbv Jones 
Charles Jones 
Henry King 
Edward Lawler 
Edward Logqins 
Bobbie Morrison 
Charles Newell 

Ninth Row: 

W. D. Newton 
Robert Perkins 
Richard Pickens 
Roberts Probst 
George Renshaw 
Jack Sanders 
Joel Senter 
L. V. Sharp 
Marshall Smith 

Tenth Row: 

Wade Strickland 
Alan Thompson 
Glenn Tomlinson 
Bill West 
Richard Williams 
Eddie Wilson 
Marion Winkler 
Ray Wunderlich 
Edward Yoste 



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Lion s 4mii4ir *t Their Secret JPortats, 
tint TVo One iinards The Lions . . . 
\iotets *\re Mentioned Miererentty. 



OFFICERS 

EDWARD L. COOK, JR Eminent Archon 

ROBERTS PARKS Eminent Deputy Archon 

WILLIAM J. TOLER Eminent Treasurer 

CHARLES W. PALMER Eminent Correspondent 

STANLEY THAMES Eminent Chronicler 

JACK WILLIAMS Eminent Herald 

JOHN ALLEN KNOTT, JR Eminent Warden 

BILL FLOWERS Eminent Chaplain 

EDWARD G. CORTWRIGHT, JR Eminent Recorder 



SIGMA 
ALPHA 
EP SILO IV 



Ole Miss is graced with the "Vice-Versa" chapter of SAE . . . here they have a big house with 
little front . . . they like the looks of violets and the song they sing reverently is, strangely enough, 
"Violets" . . . they started the year with a banq when they won the prize for having the best-dec- 
orated house on fraternity row on Homecoming Day . . they did that under the guiding hands of 
Billy Dick Cook, Bob Parks, Bill Toler and Ed Fortright . . December elections turned the reigns 
over to Billy Walton, with Billy Fiowers playing second fiddle . . Billy "one more term" Toler still 
hangs onto the purse strings . . . most conspicuous man at gatherings is Billy "Song Book" Simmons 
. . . he and "Blue" Flowers are also mainstays in the University O uar +et . . . ODK honors belong 
to Wilfred Cole and Stanley Thames . . Phi Eta Sigma standards are upheld by Kirby Day and Bob 
Parks . . . that's Bob Parks from Louisville of the torn cat carriage - . Flowers is president of the 
Glee club . . Shed Hunger is the treasurer . . . understatement of the year: "I saw Simmons with 
a girl!" . . . the "married men" include "Hog-Jaw" Mclnnis, George Kimbrough, Jack Payne and 
Charlie Nichols . . . "Lover" Russell would be in this category if harems were legal . . . Al Knott 
is a converted Yankee — the North won't take him back . the fraternity was founded in 1856, and 
sprouted at Ole Miss ten years later . . . the campus has had 'em ever since rush talk: "Yes, 

these are the plans for our new house. We expect to build next year" . . . but that's rush talk . . 
Members not appearing in panel: Hall Baldridge, E. G. Cortwright, Jerry Leavell, Chales Nichols, 
Charles Palmer, Jim Robinson, John Stovail, Pete Townsend . . Pledges not appearing in panel: 
Gene Bishop, Stewart Campbell, Paul Gerard, Jack Heffernan, George Marshall, John Wade, Dan 
Waters. 




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First Row: 

William Aldridge 
Phil Alexander 
Carl Andre 
John Hayes Bardwell 
Temple Barnard 
Charles Berry 
Bill Bradley 
Louis Chatham 

Second Row: 

Lawrence Clark 
Paul Cooper 
Kirby Day 
Thomas Dean 
John Daniels 
Samuel Duvall 
William Eskridge 
George Farr 

Third Row: 

Billy Flowers 
Edwin GouJd 
George H. Gulley 
John A. Hall 
Richard Hanna 
Jay Hedgepeth 
James Horton 
Shed Hunger 

Fourth Row: 

Bill Kellum 
Edley Jones 
George Kimbrough 
Al Knott 

Clayton Kincannon 
Lauch Magruder 
Ernest Martin 
Hugh Mclnnis 

Fifth Row: 
Henry McRee 
Rudolph McRee 
Bill Moroney 
Joe Henry Morris 
Jack Meyers 
Ed Tye Neilson 
Jase Norsworthy 
Robert Parks 

Sixth Row: 

Charles Rankin 
Pete Reid 
Howard Ross 
Glover Russell 
Billy Simmons 
Robert Slater 
Dick Smith 
Gill Smith 

Seventh Row: 

Thomas Stedman 
Stanley Thames 
James Thomas 
William Tolar 
Buddy Triplert 
George Van Zant 
Charles Vernon 
Billy Ward 
Bailey Wilkinson 

Eighth Row: 

John E. Williams 
Jesse Williams 
Wayne Williams 
Sidney York 



PLEDGES: 

Tommy Armstrong 
Gideon Brown 
John Butler 
Charles Campbell 
Billy Clemmons 

Ninth Row: 

William Edwards 
Johnny Grantham 
Tommy Graves 
Frank Hitchings 
Charles Hull 
Cullen Kehoe 
Roy Lindsay 
Harry Loflin 
Micheal Marshall 

Tenth Row: 

Jim Matthews 
George May 
George Melichar 
Walker Milam 
John Moore 
John Perkins 
T. E. Porter 
Eustace Semmes 
Allen Thompson 




It's Mieen Hit*' Nearly A llurulri-il 
1 *'*ir s ... Nobody Knows How To 
1.*>t ttid fit Ml . . . Lethal Weapons 
Are Voneealed in The Pin. 



OFFICERS 

JOEL VARNER President 

BEN SAMUELS Vice-President 

JIM STRIBLING Secretary 

LEON PORTER Treasurer 

BOB TOWNES Pledge Master 

LARRY NOBLES Warden 

WARREN ROSE Chaplain 

LUCIUS DABNEY House Manaqer 



I'll 

DELIA 
IHEIA 



Now it can be told why there is so little wear on the Phi Delt carpet . . . they have so many 
wheels the members roll from room to room . . . Winter is boss of the "Law Journal" . . . Emmerich 
is managing editor of the Mississippian . . . and Cunningham is head man around the Cardinal club 
. . . the land-locked fleet is piloted by "Gold Braid" Gardner . . . and StriLling is top bras? for 
the future generals . . . ODK meetings are graced by the presence of Currie and Morton and Bour- 
deaux . . . the successful administration of Joel "Cracker" Varner includes Samuels as number two 
man, Rose as collector of the tithes, Stribling as book man, and Noble as warden ... no trouble 
would ever exist if all members stayed around like Tom "Now in the tenth year of Law school" Green 

. . . other names of note include Crooner Bush, Joe "I'll get to class yet" Long, and Lovely Lou-cious 
Dabney . . . then there is Grandfather, Rat, Squeaky, The Shadow, Hatchet Face and Laughing Boy 

. . . proud of their life span, Phi Delta goes back for over a century ... it all began at Miami 
University in Ohio back in I848 . . . after twenty-nine years of groping around, success came to the 
organization with the establishment of Mississippi Alpha in 1 877 . . . from that time Phi Delta Theta 
has been secure in the support of this southern bastion ... on occasion one hears strains of "Phi 
Delta Theta for Aye" . . . white carnation is the flower . . . azure and argent are the colors . . . 
but let this be a warning: don't trifle with one of the boys . . . the badges conceal dangerous weap- 
ons and the pledge manual contains a chapter on sword play . . . Members not appearing in panel: 
John Aldridge, Tom Colmer, Thodes Currie, Bill McDaniel, John McDaniel, Bob Townes . . . Pledges 
not appearing in panel: Ward Bordeaux, Charles Pattterson. 




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First Row: 

Jare Barkley 
John Benoist 
Tom Bordeaux 
Ruoen Boyett 
Millard Bush 
Nap Cassibry 
Bill Chatham 
Tom Culley 

Second Row: 

Jack Cunningham 
Edward Currie 
Overton Currie 
Lucius Dabney 
Mayo Eilis 
J. O. Emmerich 
Lewis Fowler 
Bill Galtney 

Third Row: 

Rufus Gardner 
Sam Gardner 
Bud Gerard 
Otho Givens 
Tom Green 
Jack Harrington 
Charles Harris 
John Hays 

Fourth Row: 

Bill Hoffman 
John Jackson 
Whit Johnson 
Homer Joiner 
Ed Lewis 
Bill Long 
Joe Long 
Joseph Long 

Fifth Row: 

Joe McCaughan 
Bill McKinney 
Jack McLanty 
Carl Megehee 
Brinkley Morton 
Lawrence Noble 
Giles Patty 
John Pegues 

Sixth Row: 

Fisher Rhymes 
Warren Rose 
Ben Samuels 
Lester Shipley 
Jack C. Smith 
Curtis Stacy 
Matthew Steele 
Deck Stone 



Seventh Row: 

Van Stone 
James Stribling 
Joel Varner 
Herman Webster 
William Winter 
Jack Yates 
Talbert Yeager 
David Young 



Eighth Row: 



PLEDGES: 

Walter Arnett 
Tom Askew 
Harry Bradley 
Eugene Benoist 
Joe Boone 
Bod Burkley 
Jim Darnell 
Henry Erlich 
Allen Fox 

Ninth Row: 

George Garner 
Bryce Griffis 
Charles Herold 
Tom Mallette 
Bill McCaughan 
Glen McCullough 
Farley McElroy 
John McRae 
John Metts 

Tenth Row: 

William Porter 
Frank Reynolds 
Harry Robinson 
Warrington Speer 
Robert Stanley 
Ed Steele 
Bill Stuart 
Walter Taylor 
Louis Zehnder 



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... ,1 Guard H/io *#«,/,» AU-South- 
tUistvm ... Most ©/ i'/u>n$ I ahtrr 
At ih*> Salt Mines. 



OFFICERS 

FRANK D. MONTAGUE President 

CARL D. MULLICAN Vice-President 

DAVID O. JOURDAN Secretary 

GEORGE E. CARROLL Treasurer 

SEYMOUR JOHNSON Pledge Master 

ROBERT L. ANDREAE Alumni Secretary 

JOHN R. WERNER Keeper of Rolls 



BETA 
THETA 



P 



Frank Montague took over the reigns of power when "Buck" Carroll returned to the Navy flyboys 
in the spring . . . "Donx" Jourdon carries on the correspondence, Toby Carroll guards the funds, Bob 
Andreae hits up the alums for funds, while Fox III keeps bottles off the floor . . . Braintrusters Dale, 
Brown, Burgess, Griffith, Stratton and Magee were liberated from the salt mines and Montague, Ott, 
Fox, Grisham and Abbot carried Wooglin's banners back to the briny depths . . . Grisham, youngest 
state legislator, served with Decatur Butler, only Ole Miss student Senator, in the legislature in the 
spring . . . Milt Williams serves as president of the local chapter of the American Society of Civil 
Engineers . . . Crawford took all Southeastern honors as guard on the Rebel eleven . . . Pearson is 
a standout performer in the tackle slot, and Son Shelby, pigskinner and Golden Glove champ, round 
out Beta's footballers . . . Jack and Brison Mann took honors on the cage five and Johnny Cornell, 
Golden Gloves welter champ of '46, once again stepped in as a Rebel representative . . . The theme 
song is "My Beta Girl" , . . pink and blue are the colors . . . and the pink rose is the flower . . . 
The original outfit just hatched in 1839, and Beta Beta chapter started crowing here in 1879 before 
anybody even noticed it was around . . by then it was too late to do anything about it . . . Mem- 
bers not appearing in panel: Robert Dowdle, Jeremy McCamic, Robert Williams . . . Pledges not ap- 
pearing in panel: J. T. Downard, Bert Gamble, J. P. Hooper, Stig Mylander. 




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First Row: 

John P. Adams 
Robert L. Andreae 
Harold W. Burnam 
George E. Carroll 
Ernest Cockran, Jr. 
John B. Cook 

Second Row: 

John Cornell 
Jimmy Crawford 
John H. Fox, III 
Edwin D. Geisler 
Howard R. Grey 
Lowell E. Grisham 

Third Row: 

Alfred Hardy, Jr. 
Albert Jaeger 
Seymour Johnson 
David O. Jourdan 
Edward McKee 
Brison Mann 

Fourth Row: 

Jack Mann 
Frank D. Montague 
Richard A. Montague 
Carl D. Mullican, Jr. 
Tom D. Ott 
Howard Prichartt 
Robert S. Snyder 

Fifth Row: 

Edward Sullivan 
John R. Werner 



PLEDGES: 

Eli Abbott 
Joe F. Armstrong 
James Castle 
Robert Caves 
Ira Couch 

Sixth Row: 

Jack Crowell 
Billy Daves 
Louis Day 
Joe Griffith 
Bill Harreld 
Hugh McKee 
William Pace 

Seventh Row: 

Edward Parrish 
Kotz Patterson 
Clarence Pierce 
Henry Redman 
Lee Shipley 
Ivan Thompson 
Miles Wilkerson 




iPi.xit- And fMagnalias Are Their 
Theme ... They Gat Scads And 
Scads Of Wheels* including The 
Original h I Ouartet. 



OFFICERS 

GEORGE MORSE , No. I 

JACK BARRETT No. I I 

JAMES McGINNIS No. I 



UI'H 
ALPHA 



As typically Southern as the fragrance of magnolias, as symbolic of the southland as the strains of 
"Dixie," but not as trite as the preceding expressions, Alpha Upsilon chapter of Kappa Alpha Order 
exists and functions in harmony with the fraternal organizations throughout the campus for the better- 
ment of student life and fellowship at Oie Miss . . . under the leadership of that renowned legal 
mind, brother George Morse, assisted by Jack Barrett and James McGinnis, Alpha Upsilon is ever 
striving to maintain that standard of excellence which embodies the high principles and ideals of 
Kappa Alpha . . . Alpha Upsilon is not without its usual legion of leaders, and this year we find the 
good brothers "julip deep" in campus activities . . . among the host of such are Dean DuBois, who 
graduated from columnist to editor of the Missisbippian, and then to membership in ODK Ed 

Birchett is business manager of the annual . . . Jerry Tiblier is the newest model of Colonel Rebel 
and his foolball fame can go unmentioned here since it has been mentioned so much before . . 
Farley Salmon is quite famous, too, having made All-Southeastern . . . Ernest Graves was recently 
tapped for ODK and he must not slave too hard at the Salt Mine since he found time to put together 
a Sadie Hawkins stage production which was excellent, as well as create a campus-wide comedy out of 
the traditional Murder Bowi game . . . Alpha Upsilon joined hands with the campus at the turn of 
the century . . . they carry a banner of crimson and gold . . . according to them, magnolia and crim- 
son rose are the essence of beauty . . . "KA Rose" and "KA Sweetheart" are sometimes nicely ren- 
dered by the KA O uar ^et, consisting of Buddy Shaw, George Bailey, Winfield Dunn and Bill Holmes 
. . . Members not appearing in panel: Wayne Howard, Ernest Kellner, Paul McMullan, Curtis Run- 
yan, Sidney Ma|ure . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Ray Crenshaw, Milton Everett, Milton Fair- 
child, Ed Gray, James Henderson, Buddy Slade, Tommy White. 










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First Row: 

Charles Allen, Sam Alman 

George T. Bailey, Terril Baker 

Jack Barrett, Homer Best 

Charles Bidgood, Guy Billups 

Edward S. Birchett 

Joe Kent Bishop 

Second Row: 

John Chalk, James Coleman 

Harry Corban, John Countis 

Justin Cox. Bobbie Cox 

Winfield Dunn, Fred Dunn 

Dean C. DuBois 

Bobby Ehrhardt 

Third Row: 

Rome Emmons, Nolan Fancher 

Dudley Fedric, Robert Folwcll 

Bruner Ford 

James Theo Fortson 

Fred Garaway, John Gautier 

Dee Hamilton, James Hamrick 

Fourth Row: 

Ernest Hardin, Sam Hardison 

Jack Henry, William Holmes 

Bernard Holt, Robert Hudson 

Bobby Jack Hunter 

W. J. Johnson, Jr. 

Ed Joyce, Albert Kirst 

Fifth Row- 
Fulton Klinke, William Lowary 
Elmer Litchfield, Fred Lotterhos 
Hugh Luckett, Jimmy Manning 
Ralph Marble, James McGinnis 
Jackie McLemore, David Miller 

Sixth Row: 

Robert Miller, Hugh Moore 

Lewis Morrow, Dan Morse 

George Morse, Stanford Morse 

John C. Murray 

James E. Parkin, Robert Perry 

Gus Primos 

Seventh Row: 

John Quinn 

Thomas Albert Ross 

Farley Salmon, Hugh Schneider 

Norman Shaw, Harvey Stanley 

James S*eel, Forrest Stevens 

Robert Stone, James E. Taylor 

Eighth Row: 

Kirk Taylor 

Herbert Thompson 

Jerry Tiblier, Sterling Tighe 

Robert Touchstone 

Robert Tyson, Taylor Webb 

James White, Roy E. Williams 

Fred Young 

Ninth Row: 
Hollie Young 



PLEDGES: 

James Anderson, Buddy Barner 
Robert Barrett, Matt Bonner 
Jerry Brophy, Chester Burnham 
Sonny Carroll, Richard Castle 
Tom Crockett 

Tenth Row: 

Hood Garber, Jack Geary 

Norman Gensert, Wade Hillard 

Jack Huston, W. N. Jones 

Leon Lewis, Ernest Magruder 

Donald McDonald 

B. B. McLendon 

Eleventh Row: 
Ben Moore, Bill Moss 
Brother O'Ferrell, Bjb Owens 
Sam Parker, Herbert Rice 
Henry Roberts, John Robinson 
Charles Rowan, JeTy Ryan 

Twelfth Row: 

Billy Salmon, John Shamberger 

Jack Speed 

James Beeman Strange 

James Sullivan 

Tommy Thompson 

Blake Wadsworth 

John B. Walker, Jimmy Waring 

Wirt Yerger 




I' hi' if 'I I \i't it tii' Little Again . . 
The ASH Prexy Steeps There . . 
As Da Several Varsity Athletes. 



OFFICERS 

THOMAS WATTS Grand Master 

F. A. McCOY Grand Procurator 

CHARLES N. PAYNE Grand Master of Ceremonies 

EATON A. LANG Grand Scribe 

KENDRICK McCARLEY Grand Treasurer 

BUSTER TOLER Guard 

KAYO DOTTLEY Guard 



UPPA 
SIGMA 



It was a cold night in Virginia way back in 1 869 when the first Kappa Sigma quintet was formed, 
but it'll be a cold day in Hades before they ever get that few in number again ... at Ole Miss the 
unit is referred to as "We the People" when population is discussed and it's "Tammany Hall" when 
election time rolls around . . . since alma mammy was first exposed to the brilliance of the Kappa 
Satellites back in I926, this cannonballing potential has become one of the campus' favorite clans 

. . . several "greats" entered Memory Hall this past June when many sheep lost their skins to the 
ole prexy, Paul Newton, Dave Bridgers, Sammy Roberts, Bob Wilkes, Tom Barnett, Howard Brown, 
Hoagy Carmichael, Joe Wroten, Joe Alsobrook and a few other guys named Joe . . . first in com- 
mand at present is whip-cracker Tom "Killer" Watts, who is aided by Buddy "the real" McCoy . . . 
Charlie is the Payne who acts as Emcee . . . Kendricks McCarley's pleasure is the treasure of the 
house, and Eaton Lang's pen is mighty . . . the intramural trophy stayed at home as the Sig athletes 
grabbed the basketball championship and fielded a great football squad Charlie Wright and 

Buddy McCoy coached the winning teams . . . Pablo is a campus character, Ray and Shack still do 
the Charleston . . Charlie took over as ASB president when Pike George Worthen went to work for 
a living . . . Bob Russum is Liberal Arts school prexy . . . Varsity footballers include Roland Dale, 
Kayo Dottley, Harold Maxwell and Bobby Peets . . . Peets also draws fine cartoons . . . Archie Carr 
blows the whistle from in front of the Rebel band . . . "Kappa Sigma" is the regular aria, but they 
constantly sing "Stardust," a song put together by another brother named Carmichael from Indiana 

. . . Scarlet, green and white are the colors . . . Members not appearing in panel: Jack Brown, 
Hilmon Castle, John Dottley, Hunter Kimball, Ira Morgan, Caley Waldrip, Robert Walker . . . 
Pledges not appearing in panel: Frank Crumbaugh, Henry Fuller, S. J. Lauchesseau, Dean Shade, 
W. B. Stratton. 




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First Row: 

Marshall Allen, Louis Baine 
Frank Baird, James Boutwell 
Neal Box, Harold Brewer 
William Brewer, Lloyd Bridgers 
Leslie Bryant, Henry Bullock 

Second Row: 

Joe Bursi, Thomas Caffey 
Harry Caldwell, Robert Cooper 
Danny Covert, Ancil Cox 
Robert Dailey, Roland Dale 
Billy Davis, Charles Dean 

Third Row: 

Don Dismukes, Robert Dunlap 

David Dunn 

William Fortenberry 

Charles Fulghum 

William Gillespie 

William Green, Walter Gunn 

George Hill, Gregory Kergosien 

Fourth Row: 

Cliff Lamb, Eaton Lang 

John Lewis 

James McCarley, Buddy McCoy 

Ellis McGlaun, Joe McKell 

Robert McLaurin 

Thomas Magee 

Charles Neilson 

Fifth Row: 

Hal Nichols, Tommy Orr 
Charles Payne, Bobby Peets 
Ira Pittman, Jimmy Pollard 
Ray Prigmore, Earl Quinley 
John Quinley, Billy Ragsdale 

Sixth Row: 

Sam Ray, Guy Rogers 

Henry Rose, Erwin Russell 

Richard Russum, Robert Russum 

Robert Selby 

Elwin Shackleford 

Jimmy Skewes, William Smith 

Seventh Row: 

Reginald Tolar, Charles Thomas 
Herbert Trammell 
Rogers Varner, Charles Walker 
Frank Watts, John Watts 
Thomas Watts, Buford Wells 
William Westbrook 

Eighth Row: 

Dave Whitaker 

Charles Williams 

Granville Williams 

Bill Woods, Arvin Wright 

Charles Wright 



PLEDGES: 

James Adams, Robert Ammons 
Mack Ball, Milton Barnhill 

Ninth Row: 

Edwin Batte, Thomas Beacham 
Howard Bishop, Bruce Bradley 
Clinton Butler, Archie Carr 
Kelly Clifford, Eddie Cook 
Jimmy Cotten, John Covington 

Tenth Row: 

Maurice Dantin 
Robert Dickinson, David Eidt 
Edward Eidt, D. F. Gravenmier 
Henry Henrick, Dan Knight 
James Lackey, W. R. Lominick 
Millard McCollum 

Eleventh Row: 

Charles McFadden 
Harold Maxwell 
Charles Middleton 
Olio Mollere, Joe Moore 
George Mori, Joe Parks 
Thomas Parks 
Claude Shuttleworth 
John Sibley 

Twelfth Row: 

Melvin Sinquefield 

Charles Speed, Charles Starnes 

Robert Thompson, O. J. Turner 

Van Vaughn, Jack Voorhees 

John White, Peter Wilson 

Eddie Womble 

Thomas Woodrow 




i fit- I muni Bixivcrat ttt'tnit/inirfi'ts 
... ••/»*»#» #/*«'!/ Bought I lu'ir ##»/♦— 
vision Set Tht» Sigma Chi*8 Wvnt 
into Miourninu. 



OFFICERS 

LEE WALLACE Worthy Matter 

LAMAR TRIPLETT 'Worthy Chaplain 

WILLIAM PERRY Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer 

J. C. JOHNSON Worthy Keeper of the Annals 

JACK CLINE Worthy Scribe 

JOHN BAKER Worthy Sentinel 

ROBERT KELL Worthy Usher 

ROM JENKINS Pledge Master 



ALPHA 

TAIL 

OMEGA 



ATO has been the symbol of high finance ever since John W. Snyder was made Secretary of the 
Treasury here at Ole Miss of comparable importance is George "Two Fish Bowls" Street, who 

plays assistant to the Dean of Men in his spare time . Gene Stringer and Dave Fortenberry are 
partners in crime over at the salt mines - . "Ramrod" Nixon is majoring in English for the "Nth" 
time . . local headquarters for the States' Righters are located up in Lamar "Grandpa" Triplett's 
room "Killer" Kell stars in track when he isn't running from someone . . . Thad "Greymarket" 

Jacobs has averaged a new car per week for the year Bill Bryson and Jim Mcintosh have a side 

interest in basketball the new television set was first on the campus . . . Sigma Chi observed 

a day of mourning since they wanted to be firs* — but they had onl/ planned to buy one . . . "Hair- 
less" Joe Cook claims that the set was purchased for his exclusive use and the chapter has recognized 
his scientific bent by letting him have full authority of manipulating the dials . ATO has been here 
since 1927 but the parent chapter has been in existence since 1865 the bunch here is Delta Psi 

chapter . . white tea roses are the fiowers and sky blue and gold have tender meanings . from 
the peaceful atmosphere of Vet Village near the Confederate cemetery the refrain of "Sweetheart of 
ATO" wanders over the golf course . . . like military officers, who are officers by an act of Congress, 
if for no other reason, all ATO officers are "worthy" by title Lee Wallace is Worthy Master and 

Triplett is Worthy Chaplain . Worthy Keeper of the Exchequer is William Perry and Rom Jenkins 
keeps the dubiously worthy pledges . . Members not appearing in panel: Barnie Bramlett, Joseph 
Crook, Dan Fox, George Gregory, Garvin Hill . Pledges not appearing in panel: Jack Bobo, 
Ronard Byrd, "Count" Fisk, Edward Keaton. 




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First Row: 
Jack Adams 
John Baker 
Victor Blaine 
William Booth 
William Bryson 
Robert Church 
Jack Cline 
Joe Coley 

Second Row: 

Bobbie Covington 
William Dorsey 
Robert Duncan 
Bruno Furini 
Bennet Hall 
Steve Hanrahan 
James Hargis 
Elmo Harrison 

Third Row: 
George Hopkins 
Louis Jackson 
William Jacobs 
Tom Jenkins 
John Johnson 
Robert Kelt 
Gene Lyne 
John McLemore 

Fourth Row: 
Ben Mann 
Ray Mosley 
Jimmy Nixon 
Harold Perry 
William Perry 
Victor Philippi 
Duanne Pope 
John Prados 

Fifth Row: 

John Rawls 
Jeff Rish 
Charles Sloan 
Charles Smith 
George Street 
Gene Stringer 
Charles Torjusen 
Lamar Triplett 

Sixth Row: 

Wilbur VanRiper 
Shelby Wallace 
Wilbur Todd 

PLEDGES: 

William Allen 
Hicks Andersen 
James Bowman 
Oscar Buchanan 
William Chapman 

Seventh Row: 
Neal Clement 
James Cooper 
Lavon Ezell 
N. S. Fairchild 
Davis Fortenbury 
Jack Fudge 
Richard Furr 
Glen Gartleman 

Eighth Row: 
Joseph Gazzo 
Robert Hammet 
Jack Home 
Walter Howard 
Earl Howell 
Knox Jackson 
Richard Johnson 
Edward KorndoHer 

Ninth Row: 
John Mcintosh 
Hu 3 h Noble 
Fletcher Rosenbaum 
Raymond Tipton 
William Tolbert 
Henry Toriusen 
"Chuck" White 
Gordon Wills 



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They t v#»</ Quality Paint On The 
S I # ii*»ns ... tialtentine Tidies Up 
Xraund The House, And t tnktraxni 
Tidies MJp i\tter Ballentine. 



OFFICERS 

ROBERT MULLETT Commander 

JAMES S. BROWN Lt. Commander 

ROBERT E. JONES Secretary 

E. L. PUCKETT Treasurer 



SIGMA 
Nil 



Wearers and warblers of the White Star, the Sigma Nu crew squirms under the iron rule of Bob 
Mullett with Jim Brown in the co-pilot's seat . . "Soft-Hearted Dick" Puckett guards the till and 
Bob Jones keeps the little black book . . Mother Ballentine tidies up around the house, and Lock- 
wood tidies up after Ballentine . . Cunningham rules the roost as the tallest frat man in circulation, 
and Laird claims to be the best looking . . . Leist barks, but he won't bite . . Jones and Brown 
take their meals on the golf course, while Kenny Bowles and Paul Henley always seem to wind up on 
top in IM sports circles . . . Hunter just winds up in circles . . Jug Lowery became confused and 
signed up for 73 hours of education courses, and Weston is setting records for the briefest briefs in 
Law school . . Joe Johnston wants it understood that the Serpent Brigade has been wrongly accused 
of daubing paint on the lions — "We use enamel" . . . Northcott is trying to find a way to make his 
hair stay combed, while Holloway is trying his hair . . Peddle drives the Black Maria, Kirby Smith 
is still looking for that hat, Reeves is one of the hottest things on two feet on the Reb basketball squad 
Frank Crum is a face-alteration expert on the gridiron, Ammons fights the big fiddle, and Mitchell and 
Burney snuck in under cover of darkness from Tennessee and California Elliotte cusses . . . 

Rogers is Phi Eta Sigrna, Pi Kappa Pi, S.O.L., and president of ASNL — Anti-Stunt Night League . . . 
He and Pigott are "Y" operators - . Larry Smith and Al Lang also wear the Phi Eta key . . . Hol- 
loway is the Rho Chi wheelhorse, and Robison is one of the high command of the Ole Miss band 
. . . Sigma Nu was the Brainchild of some mid-South Rebels at V.MJ. in 1869, and Epsilon Xi chap- 
ter sprang up on "F" day in 1927 . . . Gold, black and white fly from the color staff, the flower is 
the white rose, and they sing the "White Star of Sigma Nu" . . . Members not appearing in panel: 
Claude Ballentine, Jack Burney, William Lockwood, Harland Northcott, Frank Peddle, Torrence Hunter 
Pledges not appearing in panel: Steve Caltleman, Frank Crum, John Elliotte, Charles Koestler, 
James Maher, George Watkins. 




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First Row: 

Hilton Andrews 
Kenneth Bowles 
Jesse Burnett 
Arthur Cunningham 
George Ellis 
Taylor Eady 
Taulbert Finch 

Second Row: 

James Griffin 
Terry Hager 
Paul Henley 
Joseph Johnston 
Bob Jones 
Alfred Lang 
Robert Laird 

Third Rcw: 
Steve C. Leist 
Bobby Little 
Edwin Lowery 
Newton McLean 
Ben Mitchell 
Robert Mitchell 
Charles Moore 

Fourth Row: 

Bob Mullett 
James Ogletree 
Joe Pigott 
Robert Price 
Eatus Pucketf 
R. B. Reeves 
Charles Robison 

Fifth Row: 

John Rogers 
Oren Segrest 
Kirby Smith 
Richard Smith 
Louis Vause 
Robert Vest 
John Weston 

Sixth Row: 
Wiiliam Wrolen 

PLEDGES: 
Ted Ammons 
Wilmer Blackmon 
John Burnett 
Robert Davis 
Thomas Freeland 
David Gardner 

Seventh Row: 
George Hall 
Paul Knight 
Thomas Lane 
Paul Lenoir 
James Morgan 
Ed Shropshire 
Prestor, Weir 



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I hf Longest lit ring-room On The 
#f« M . . . The Oldest Piedye On The 
4 tun /m v. And The Only Guy Who 
Worships Boone # 'ounty. 



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KAPPA 
ALPHA 



OFFICERS 

CARL HERRIN President 

JIMMY MUSKELLEY Vice-President 

BILL LITTLE Treasurer 

Carl Herrin surveys the •followers of the shield and diamond from the SMC's chair, and when he's 
not there, Jimmy Muskelley takes over . . . when Muskelley is absent, the meetings are postponed 

. . . Buddy Huqgins chisels the records in enduring granite . . while Billy Little juggles the fra- 
ternity money so he can take Ella White to the show . . to reward a strong will and a weak mind, 
Marvin Oates was made keeper of the door . . . Turley Meek supervises the p'edges . . . but he 
set a bad example when he fell off the balcony the night of the State game . . . Flat Mardis keeps 
the house clean . . . Niggerhead Worthen was a wheel as ASB prexy ere he left in the fall . . . Ray 
Copeland handles funds for the Mississippian . Bruce Austin is a cross-country track star and sells 
stationery on the side . and Harmon edits the annual . . , Clarence Jolly plays the piano while 
Byrd Trussell, his golden locks gleaming six feet above the surrounding crowd — sings in dialect . . . 
Rothrock is the football coach and Muskelley, after Sadie Hawkins day, is undisputed campus cham- 
pion of the Skunk Hollow Stomp . . Dogan looks out at the housing unit and dreams of the war- 
time days when he used to shoot squirrels in the woods from his second-story sack Bill Selph 
drinks Boone County to discourage spongers . . . but doesn't discourage Alexander, who'll drink any- 
thing, too . . . Troy Lambert has been a pledge since before ihe war and Earl Watkins and Bob 
Milner are trying to beat his record . . . Buck Meek always has a motion to put on the floor . . 
the outfit was founded after the Civil war at the University of Virginia by six unreconstructed Rebels 

. . . the idea hit here in I927 . . the colors are garnet and gold and the flower is the lily of the 
valley . . . they sing the "Dream Girl of PiKA" . . . the chapter was the first on the campus to 
actually enlarge the house . . and a telescope has been installed in the living room so members can 
recognize their brothers at the far end . . . Members not appearing in panel: Jim Edwards, Bill Little, 
Carrol McCoy, George Worthen . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Bobby Braun, Dick Burton, 
Royce Diminque, James Maynihan, Sonny Roberts, Tubby Rush, Bob Smith. 




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First Row: 
Curtis Alexander 
W. H. Alexander 
Dewitt Allred 

B. J. Anderson 
Bruce Austin 
Marion Bishop 
Tommy Boschert 

Second Row: 
James Cade 
Merritt Chance 
Robert Childress 
Ray Copeland 
Dave Dogan 
Eugene Dyess 
Norman Gillis 
Dwayae Hale 

Third Row: 
George Harmon 
Charles Heberer 
Carl Herrin 
Milton Hooper 
Buddy Huggins 
Ben Jaco 
Sam Jennings 

D. A. Mardis 

Fourth Row: 

Buck Meek 

Turley Meek 

Charlie Montgomery 

Bill Morris 

Jimmy MuskeUy 

Marvin Oates 

C. H. Potts 
Bill Rothrock 

Fifth Row: 

Edward Sanders 
Bill Selph 
Booby Shannon 
John Smith 
Pat Smithson 
Pierce Stevens 
Jo: Stokes 
Dick Temple 

Sixth Row: 
Bill Theisman 
Byrd Trussell 
Louis Vise 
Harry Work 

PLEDGES: 
Lomax Anderson 
Bill Burnham 
Al Busby 
Robert Cade 

Seventh Row: 
Garland Carnes 
Walker Carney 
Bill Deavours 
James Dickey 
Laverne Goldman 
Guy Griffith 
David Gulledge 
Sonny Haynes 

Eighth Row: 

E. D. Hurst 
Clarence Jolly 
Troy Lambert 
R. L. Milner 
Conway Moncure 
Bob Mulloy 
Elbert Nelson 
Jason Niles 

Ninth Row: 

George Pence 
William Perkins 
Chalmers Richardson 
Lehman Sammons 
Jack Shoemake 
Mack Tidwell 
Earl Watkins 
Billy Wright 



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SIGMA 



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EPS ILOIM 



I hfif I oit'tl Far Truman On Purpose 
- . . Notwithstanding In \rtient 
iHxieerat ... They Sport 1 Stage 
Butter f My. 



HAROLD MELVIN . 
JACK PARKER . . . 
HARLAN GRAFTON 
CONNEL MILLER . 
HORACE PROCTOR 



OFFICERS 



. . President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

. Comptroller 

. . Historian 



Harold "Pell Mell" Melvin is the guiding wheel in the affairs of SPE . . . rolling along by his side 
are number two man Jack "Sislof" Parker, and Connel Miller . . . Harlan Grafton keeps track of 
paper work and Horace Proctor records what happens . . . Dave "Dixiecrat" Womack, the Invalu- 
able, is pledge master, trouble shooter, and legal assistant . . . when athletic participation is the 
question before the house, Billy Condon, the racquet champion, takes the floor with Allen Bodron and 
Norman Ellis as straight men . . . Gavel Man Melvin gets plenty of attention when he is out front 
with the Ole Miss cheerleaders . . John Buf kin and Al Sylvest were among his most ardent support- 
ers as long as they were physically able . . . SPE is one of the relatively young nationals active on 
the campus . . it was organized at Richmond in 1901 and reached Ole Miss in 1928 . . the boys 
serenade their ladies with "Sig Ep Girl" and send American Beauty roses when flowers are in order 
. . . their colors are royal purple and deep red . Wade Cagle, referred to by the brothers as 
"our stage butterfly" made the big time in the "John Loves Mary" cast . . . Billy Hinton, social sen- 
sation, has a promising future . . . Pete Lee saw the light in time to transfer from Mississippi State 
and now is the source of sound advice to the young . . . rumor has it that SPE voted for the admin- 
istration with the idea that they had the best federal housing plan . . . with construction prices what 
they are today, it takes federal aid . . . Members not appearing in panel: Norman Ellis, Henry Lee, 
Jack Mauqh, Jack Odom . . . Pledges not appearing in panel: Frank Evans, Ervin Sayles. 



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First Row: 
Allen Bodron 
John Bufkin 
Wade Cagle 
Bob Crockett 

Second Row: 
Billy Condon 
Burke Dabney 
Charles Farris 
Harlan Grafton 

Third Row: 

William Hinton 
Harold Melvin 
Leonard Melvin 
Coyne Miller 

Fourth Row: 
Jack S. Parker 
Horace Proctor 
Alvin Sylvest 
Charlton Vincent 

Fifth Row: 

James V. Wentzell 

Dave Womack 

PLERGES: 

Tom Chisolm 
Henry Fonville 
Edgar Timmons 



I'H 



EPS I LOIV 

PI 



Itutih Ms M^oud For A Little Man. 
I*uris 4 Itiinis To Bt» A Grvot Lot *'#-. 
And Voopvrman Ms Locked Mn MMis 
Room. 



OFFICERS 

CHARLES O. FRIEDMAN President 

IRWIN M. KAUFMAN Vice-President 

MAURICE U. LABENS Secretary 

ROBERT COVENS Treasurer 

HERBERT COHEN Chaplain 



The Phi Eps are now in their third year of staging a comeback after disappearing for parts unknown 
during the war . . . the Marcus boys, Mooch and Charles, are gone at last ... in their stead 
Charles O. Friedman is leading the troops, and Erwin Kaufman is doubling up as vice-president and 
pledge master ... a trusting crew, they let "Butch" Labens keep the scorebook and Bob Covens has 
mastered the combination to the safe . . . this frat was thought up at City College of New York in 

I904 . . . and Alpha Sigma came to Ole Miss in I935 for the first time . . . they took root again 
in I946 and now they are planning a chapter house from their little cubbyhole in the top of the "Y" 

. . . Burney Fooks prides himself that he is adept with a water pistol . . . Henry Paris is known all 
over Ole Miss and the delta as a great lover boy . . . "Butch" is the raucous little man with the five 
by five figure in the cheerleader's uniform, and he also represents the group in the Cardinal club 

. . . the chapter keeps Harry Cooperman locked in his room studying so he can keep up the fra- 
ternity average . . . Artie "Bebop" Okum and Paris blow horns in the band . . . Friedman is on the 
ASB dance committee and a freshman advisor for the "Y" . . . Herb Cohen goes to Memphis at 
least Iwice a week to keep up his reputation as a party boy . . . gold and purple are the colors 

. . . white carnation is, as with so many others, their flower, and "Phi Ep for Aye" is the song. 




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First Row: 

Herbert Cohen 
Robert Covens 
Charles Friedman 

Second Row: 
Irwin M. Kaufman 
Maurice U. Labens 

PLEDGES: 

Harry Cooperman 
Burney Focks 

Third Row: 

Fred Friedman 
Charles Hollender 
Maurice Joseph 
Artie Okun 

Fourth Row: 
Henry Paris 
Walter Rhulen 
Jack Weil 
Melvin Wiener 



SIGMA 



Two Men Hung Out At The Griti 
The Weirdest Bund in The Lund 
And The 3fo*/t Originul Sung. 



P 



OFFICERS 

RUEBEN W. BOYDSTUN President 

CHESTER COX Vice-President 

BOB EDWARDS Secretary 

MAURICE KEMP Treasurer 

ROBERT BAKER Pledge Master 



One of the newest fraternities on the campus is run by Boydstun, who with his fellow law stu- 
dents, Watkins and Speight, add color to the meetinqs in the "Y" with leqal phrases and six-bit 
words . . . Chester Cox is second in command, they trust Maurice Kemp with the douqh and Bob 
Edwards puts the proceedings down on paper . . . Bud Baker, trumpeteer with Dick Calloway; Cox, 
another trumpet player; and Brokaw, who looks like a doctor carrying his oboe case around, burst 
into sonq with their wierd combo whenever anyone makes the slightest move . . . consequently, the 
wary members make theirs the quietest chapter meetinqs on the campus . . . Charley Azar is the 
typical chapter "lover boy,'-' hanqinq around the grill to see who he can get a rise out of . . . 
Roland Jenkins hangs around +he Union building, +oo, but it is said he merely holds the walls up . . . 
The nickname of Dear John Patch is the result of a number of unfortunate love affairs . . . Kemp 
is a champion hunter and snake charmer . . . Baker sets a dubious example for the pledges when he 
supervises their meetings . . . Pledge officers are President, Ed Shawblosky; Secretary, Carl Reid; and 
Treasurer, Millard Edwards . . . The two oldest Sigma Pi's are Jack Wise and Paul Abston, a couple 
of pledges who utter profound words, based on long experience, whenever tha pledges show a ten- 
dency to go astray . . . the chapter was colonized here in December, 1947, and the fraternity was 
Founded at Vincennes University in 1897 . . . the colors are lavender and white, while the lavender 
orchid and white rose are the flowers . . . the only member we asked for the name of the song re- 
plied, "Damned If I Know" ... at least, it's original. 





First Row: 
Charles Azar 
Robert T. Baker 
Reuben W. Boydsfun 
Bernard Brokaw 

Second Row: 
Chester Cox 
Robert G. Edwards 
Roland Jenkins 
Maurice Kemp 

Third Row: 
Charles Patch 
William E. Spight 
Homer C. Watkins 

PLEDGES: 
Paul Alexander 
Millard H. Edwards 

Fourth Row: 
Robert L. Halford 
Albert Jordan 
Earl W. McFarland 
Joseph Carl Reid 
Edward Shawblosky 




P H I 

KAPPA 

SIGMA 



Jack Chambliss, a 1948 graduate of Vanderbilt, came here in September 
as official colony director for Phi Kappa Sigma. It was the second time the 
fraternity had appeared on the campus, being established first in 1859. It 
disbanded in 1861 when all the members joined the University Greys. Phi 
Kap's were the first local chapter to have private meeting quarters, being 
located in downtown Oxford. During the first semester seven students were 
pledged, and Chambliss pledged four more as a result of second semester 
rushing. One faculty member, Dr. Benjamin I. Harrison, professor of modern 



Front Row: Edward Keeling, Jack 

Chambliss, Thomas Arrington. Back 

Row: 3urchfield Bullock, Austin Mod- 

3y, William Wyatt. 



languages, is a member. The fraternity was originally founded at the Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania in 1850. The colors are black and gold. "Phi Kap Girl" 
is the official song. 

Members are: Jack Chambliss, Colony Director. 

Pledges are: Gay Anderson, Thomas Arrington, Harry Beil, Burchfield Bul- 
lock, Bob Greene, Ed Howell, Edward Keeling, Ciiff Mohrtens, Austin Moody, 
Tom Mullen, William Wyatt. 



CAMPUS 
CREDIT 

II \ I \ 



Campus Credit Union Board of Direc 
tors:, Sitting: Edgar E. Bowman 
Marvin E. Kerrp, Jasper B. Brown, Jr. 
Joe K. Bishop, Wiley C. Stevens, Ceci 
Fox, Robert D. Church. Standing 
Dr. L. K. Brandt, Mr. Joseph Cerny 
Chancellor J. D. Williams. 



Since the credit union was organized, any student with a little foresight 
can assure himself of a place to borrow some cash. The purpose of the union 
is to give members practical experience in business organization and proce- 
dure, to accept savings of students and make loans l o them. Any student 
or faculty or staff member can be a member of the credit union by buying a 
$2.50 share of stock. This entitles him to borrow up to $50 without security. 
Stock in the credit union is redeemable at par value, and each member has 
one vote regardless of the number of shares he holds. 190 members are now 
listed. About $1,475 worth of stock is outstanding and more than 175 indivi- 







dual loans have been made to students since the organization first began in 
Jar.uary, 1948. The board of directors meets once a month, and there is an 
annual meeting of stockholders. 

Board of Directors are: Jasper B. Brown, Jr., President; Edgar E. Bowman, 
Vice-President; Joe K. Bishop, Secretary; Dr. L. K. Brandt, Treasurer; Glenn 
A. Tomlinson, General Manager; Dr. Horace B. Brown, Mr. Joseph Cerny, 
Robert D. Church, Cecil Fox, Marvin E. Kemp, Wiley C. Stevens, Chancellor 
J. D. Williams. 



laas 




BUZZARD'S ROOST. WHERE PARTY MEMBERS ARE CHECKED WHEN THEY VOTE 





to^r 




COLONEL JAMES O. WADE 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 




MAJOR CARL E. TAYLOR 
Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics for Air. 

INFANTRY STAFF 

Front row: Sergeant Avera, Colonel Wade, Sergeant Beasley; Back row: Captain 
Hughes, Sergeant Bowne, Captain Parker, Corporal Webb. 



T H E 
R T C 

HUTS 



MEMBERS OF THE INFANTRY UNIT STAFF 

Colonel James O. Wade 
Captain Byron B. Hughes 
Captain Stanton C. Parker 
Master Sergeant Douglas J. Avera 
Master Sergeant Ira E. Bowne 
Sergeant 1st Class Aruel O. Beasley 
Corporal Lawrence R. Webb 

MEMBERS OF THE AIR UNIT STAFF 

Major Carl E. Taylor 
Major Charles J. Stevens 
Major John F. Holt 
Captain Harold F. Coverdale 
Master Sergeant Edward F. Shevlin 
Technical Sergeant Earl S. Biggs 
Sergeant William H. Easterling 

The Army and Air Force Reserve Officers' Training 
Corps units at Ole Miss stand as spiritual successors to 
the famed University Greys, who marched from the Uni- 

AIR STAFF 

Front row: Major Taylor, Major Stevens, Sergeant Biggs: Back row: Sergeant 
Shevlin, Major Hold, Sergeant Easterling, Captain Coverdale. 




versify in 1861 to defend the Confederacy from the in- 
vading armies of the United States. The present outfits, 
however, are controlled from Washington, now in the 
hands of the Feds. 

The record 400 students now enrolled in courses offered 
by the Department of Military Science and Tactics are 
divided between the infantry unit, established in 1936, 
and the air unit which was formed here in 1946. The 
two units operate under a coordinated instructional and 
supply command. 

Several classes of infantry officers were graduated and 
commissioned second lieutenants before World War II, 
and a second post-war class has been graduated. Stu- 
dents pick the branch in which they wish to serve, and 
after completing the four-year course successfully they 
are commissioned as rifle platoon leaders with the Army 
Ground Forces or as Air Force administrative or supply 
officers. 

Each summer junior class cadets of the infantry unit 
take a six-week basic course at Fort Benning, Ga., while 
air cadets are trained at Orlando, Fla., Air Base, or at 
Keeseler Field, Miss. Cadets are paid while on summer 
duty, and third and fourth year students receive subsis- 
tence allowances while in school. 

Uniforms are worn during drill periods, at all official 
military functions. Provided free to all cadets, the uni- 
forms are kept by graduates of the course. 

An annual social event sponsored by the units is the 
Spring Military Ball, at which the unit sponsors are pre- 
sented. Recognition societies exist in Scabbard and 
Blade and in the Pershing Rifles. The rifle team has a 
consistently high record in intercollegiate circles. 

The units, cooperating with Scabbard and Blade, con- 
tributed to the Centennial Homecoming parade with a 
platoon of "University Greys," military students dressed 
in authentic Confederate uniforms. 




CADET COLONEL JAMES STRIBLING 
Regimental Commander 




Jimmy Stribling, Ulmer Mc- ELIZABETH ANN BLANCHARD 
Neill, Jack Napier, John Fox, Regimental Sponsor 

and R. G. Walls, regimental 
officers. 



The ROTC regiment. 







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THE INFANTRY BATALLION STAFF 

Left to right: Waggener, Williams, Oabney. 



» F A HI T II I 
B A T T A L I 
STAFF 



LT. COL. J. B. WAGGENER . . . Battalion Commander 

MAJOR J. R. MANN Executive Officer 

1ST LT. W. S. WILLIAMS Adjutant 

2ND LT. L. B. DABNEY Sergeant Major 




RUTH JENKINS 
Infantry Batallion Sponsor 



CAROLYN PREWITT 
Air Batallion Sponsor 



AIR BATALLION OFFICERS 

Left to right: Thames, Harper, and Price 




LT. COL. H. S. THAMES .... Battalion Commander 

MAJ. S. D. HAMLEY Executive Officer 

1ST LT. J. E. HARPER Adjutant 

2ND LT. N. R. PRICE Squadron Major 



A I It 

BATTALION 

STAFF 




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First Row: William S. Barrier, William E. Beanland, James R. Billingsley, Jess L. Burnett, James E. Clark, Fabus D. Cliett, John K. S. Cornell, Lucius 
Dabney, John H. Daniels, Frank M. Dooley, John H. Fox, III. Second Row: Stuart D. Hamley, Joseph E. Harper, Edmond W. Holmes, Edwin M. Horner, 
Gregory G. Kergosien, Richard H. King, William L. McCord, Ulmer L McNeill, Lauch M. Magruder, Jack R. Mann, Ralph H. Marble. Third Row: 
David Miller, Robert H. Mullett, John H. Napier, m, Bruce B. Pass, Robert D. Patterson, Louis V. J. Phillippi, Wofford R. Price, George L. Quinnelly, 
Warren R. Rose, Hyman H. Simmons, Robert E. Slater. Fourth Row: James L. Stribling, Stephen C. Stringfellow, Lester F. Sumners, Harold S. Thames, Hugh 
H. Thomasson, Reginald Tolar, George H. Van Zant, James B. Waggener, Richa'd G. Walls, James E. Williams. 



WILLIAM G. BARNER 
WILLIAM E. BEANLAND 
JAMES R. BILLINGSLEY 
JESS L. BURNETT 
JAMES E. CLARK 
FABUS D. CLIETT 
JOHN K. S. CORNELL 
LUCIUS DABNEY 
JOHN H. DANIELS 
FRANK M. DOOLEY 
JOHN H. FOX, III 
STUART D. HAMLEY 
JOSEPH E. HARPER 
EDMOND W. HOLMES 
EDWIN M. HORNER 



GREGORY G. KERGOSIEN 
RICHARD H. KING 
WILLIAM L. McCORD 
ULMER L. McNEILL 
LAUCH M. MAGRUDER 
JACK R. MANN 
RALPH H. MARBLE 
DAVID MILLER 
ROBERT H. MULLETT 
JOHN H. NAPIER, III 
BRUCE B. PASS 
ROBERT D. PATTERSON 
LOUIS V. J. PHILIPPI 
WOFFORD R. PRICE 



GEORGE L OUINNELLY 
WARREN R. ROSE 
HYMAN H. SIMMONS 
ROBERT E. SLATER 
JAMES L. STRIBLING 
STEPHEN C. STRINGFELLOW 
LESTER F. SUMNERS 
HAROLD S. THAMES 
HUGH H. THOMASSON 
REGINALD TOLAR 
GEORGE H. VAN ZANT 
JAMES V. WAGGENER 
RICHARD G. WALLS 
JAMES E. WILLIAMS 



SENIOR 
R T C 



The troops pass In review 



Stacking arms 





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COMPANY 



STAFF 

CAPT. L. F. SUMNERS Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. R. D. PATTERSON Executive 

2ND LT F. D. CLIETT 1st Sergeant 

1ST LT. G. G. KERGOSIEN Platoon Commander 

1ST LT. L. V. J. PHILLIPPI Platoon Commander 



COMPANY OFFICERS 

Sumners, Patterson. Kergosien, and Phillippi. 




A. G. Abide 
R. L. Anderson 

B. G. Barringer 

C. K. Burnham 
S. Castleman 
W. A. Cauthen 
W. B. Clemmons 
W. W. Combs 
J. O. Emmerich 
H. N. Fancher 
J. D. Gandy 

W. L. Garner 
D. S. Goforth 



FIRST PLATOON 

J. J. Huston 
J. W. Hudson 
G. G. Kergosien 
W. T. McKinney 
W. H. Milam 
I. T. Moore 

D. W. Salley 
W. E. Skinner 
J. E. Staples 
J. S. Townsend 
O. J. Turner 

R. M. Whitten 

E. S. Yoste 



SECOND PLATOON 



LYDY BECKER 
Sponsor 



M. E. Alexander 
R. L. Ammons 
R. A. Barber 
Rex R. Boggan 
W. C. Bourdeaux 
R. L. Carrington 
R. Dailey, Jr. 
L. A. Day 
G. B. Delashment 
J. Dickey 
P. Draughn 
L. S Duddleston 
B. Gamble 
Wesley N. Gray 



H. B. Henley 
G. W. Hoffman 
D. O. Jourdan 
A. J. Katool 
D. E. Keyes 
J. K. Kimbell 
G. M. Lee 
Coyne C. Miller 
J. H. Millikin 
L. V. J. Phillippi 
C. C. Richardson 
W. C. Scarborough 
V. P. Smith 
H. S. Smithson 




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COMPANY 



STAFF 

CAPT. R. H. MULLETT Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. J. K. S. CORNELL Executive 

2ND LT. G. L. QUINNELLY 1st Sergeant 

1ST LT. H. H. SIMMONS Platoon Commander 

1ST LT. B. B. PASS Platoon Commander 





FIRST PLATOON 


G. E. Aiken 


J. H. Hedgepeth 


R. L. Andreae 


L. E. Lewis 


W. R. Andrews 


G. L. McCauley 


John E. Bat 


H. B. Orndorff 


Edwin A. Batte 


G. D. Patterson 


W. D. Bell 


J. B. Perkins 


B. B. Bradley 


C. W. Puckett 


M. Caldwell 


O. Segrest 


J. A. Chalk 


H. H. Simmons 


W. R. Crenshaw 


J. E. Slay 


H. Danciger 


Oscar E. Slade 


R. C. Effinger 


F. Stevens 


M. J. Gensert 




SECOND PLATOON 


J. L. Adams 


N. H. Hulsey 


W. D. Bradley 


W. R. Humphrey 


William Busby 


T. M. Lambert 


P. B. Cooper 


J. J. Lawrence 


J. S. Covington 


B. R. McClendon 


W. R. Dority 


J. T. Morgan 


R. G. Edwards 


B. B. Pass 


R. A. Emmons 


J. E. Ponell 


C. J. Fayard 


C. G. Smith 


H. H. Fuller 


R. Stisher 


J. H. Garber 


H. W. Stringfellow 


W. G. Harris 


G. N. Tomlin 


L. C. Heidelberg 


Louis L. Vise 


C. D. Hollander 


E. J. Yelverton 


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COMPANY OFFICERS 

Eront row: Cornell and Simmons: Back row: Mullett. 
Quinnelly, and Pass. 




KATHERINE WRIGHT 
Sponsor 





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STAFF 

CAPT. F. M. DOOLEY Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. G. H. VAN ZANT Executive 

1ST SGT. LAUCH MAGRUDER | s + Sergeant 

1ST LT. O. D. BRENT, JR Pla+oon Commander 

1ST LT. J. L. BURNETT P | at0 on Commander 



COMPANY OFFICERS 
Dooley, Van Zandt, Burnett, and Brent. 




Lommax Anderson 
T. K. Armstrong 

E. H. Benoist 
M. F. Bishop 
J. L. Burnett 

F. T. Carroll 
Al Crawford 
T. W. Crockett 
J. D. DeDeaux 
W. D. Dubuisson 
L. R. Fletcher 
K. Floyd 

G. W. Hart 
J. Hefferman 



FIRST PLATOON 

A. J. Jackson 
J. E. Johnston 
R. Jones 
W. Lewis 

C. Mehrtens 
J. M. Moncrief 
Marvin Porter 
G. Renshaw 

D. D. Robbins 
R. C. Roberts 
D. Stone 
W. C. Strong 
J. B. Williams 



ELINOR GREEN 

Sponsor 



SECOND 

F. Baird 

T. D. Biggers 

E. E. Branderburg 

E. R. Braun 

O. D. Brent, Jr. 

L. T. Callahan 

W. T. Carney 

T. A. Coffey 

R. C. Davison 

H. L. Denton 

John Dottley 

W. B. Franklin 

H. H. Fuller 

T. L. Goldman 

R. E. Hemphill 



PLATOON 

B. R. Hickey 
W. H. Hitt 
G. W. May 
L. W. Oglesby 
W. M. Pace 
W. A. Reagan 
H. Redman 
K. W. Shipley 
F. O. Smith 
W. D. Smith 
R. G. Straghler 
M. V. Tidwell 
S. Tighe 
O. D. Williams 




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STAFF 

CAPT. R. E. SLATER Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. J. E. WILLIAMS Executive 

2ND LT. J. H. SHAMBURGER 1st Sergeant 

1ST LT. W. R. ROSE Platoon Commander 

1ST LT. D. MILLER Platoon Commander 



FIRST PLATOON 



F. Alford 

D. L. Barton 
R. A. Burton 
M. M. Bush 
R. F. Collins 
J. W. Daves 
A. S. Dulin 
J. R. Dupuy 
T. G. Guyton 

G. R. Hall 

C. C. Hudson 
C. D. Hull 
C. F. Jackson 
S. J. Lachaussee 
T. R. Long 



W. L. Lowe 
W. I. McDonald 
J. M. McRae 
B. C. Moore 
Guy Newcomb 
E. M. Quinnley 
W. R. Rose 
J. D. Sibley 
E. Steele 
W. J. Toler 
R. W. Tyson 
J. T. Voorhees 
W. F. West 
M. T. Yawn 



SECOND PLATOON 



J. W. Aldridge 

C. F. Andre 
M. Arsulich 
J. C. Ashley 
A. L. Boykin 

D. M. Briscoe 
L. Broome, Jr. 
W. G. Bruce 
G. R. Ellis 

E. H. Jones 

W. E. Korndoffer 
L. M. Maples 
D. Miller 
D. C. Morris 



P. T. Nottingham 

D. H. Peel 

R. C. Perkins 
L. S. Poole 
Gus Primos 
P. C. Rodgers 
W. I. Scott 

E. H. Shawblosky 
J. T. Steele 

R. L. Taylor 
L. L. Thomasson 
B. E. Watson 
J. W. White 




COMPANY OFFICERS 
Front row: Slater and Shamburger; Back row: Rose, Miller, and Williams. 




BETSY TIBLIER 
Sponsor 





COMPANY STAFF 

Front row: Horner, Beanland; Back row: McCord, Marble. Clark. 




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STAFF 

CAPT. E. M. HORNER Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. J. E. CLARK Executive 

2ND LT. W. L. McCORD 1st Sergeant 

1ST LT. R. H. MARBLE Platoon Commander 

1ST LT. W. E. BEANLAND Platoon Commander 

FIRST PLATOON 



MARGARET BRADLEY 
Sponsor 



J. T. Anderson 


R. H. Marble 


A. L. Barner 


C. P. Massey 


W. S. Beck 


C. F. Morgan 


L. M. Bishop 


R. R. Pickens 


K. K. Bryant 


J. D. Quinnly 


P. L. Caldwell 


B. V. Renfroe 


T. P. Coffey 


G. E. Rhodes 


F. W. Crum 


J. W. Robinson 


H. L. Davis 


L. V. Sharp 


W. H. Jackson 


H. S. Stanley 


H. H. King 


C. E. West 


O. R. Magruder 


C. P. Winters 


J. O. Manning 




SECOND PLATOON 


W. E. Beanland 


W. D. Morris 


G. H. Bishop 


E. W. Noeln 


C. R. Burkley 


W. B. Patton 


T. J. Dean 


J. W. Prados 


E. L. Digby 


F. H. Rowland 


M. R Fairchild 


W. C. Taylor 


J. H. Geary 


A. B. Thompson 


A. L. Grachler 


E. J. Timmons 


D. M. Koger 


B. Tramel 


O. T. Kortz, Jr. 


W. V. Westbrook 


P. E. Lenoir 


J. H. White 


H. L. McCool 


B. F. Williams 


T. S. McLemore 


C. R. Young 


E. A. Moore 






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COMPANY 



STAFF 

CAPT. J. R. BILUNGSLEY Commanding Officer 

1ST LT. J. H. DANIELS Executive 

2ND LT. H. H. THOMASSON 1st Sergeant 

1ST LT. S. C. STRINGFELLOW Platoon Commander 

1ST LT. R. H. TOLAR, JR Platoon Commander 



FIRST PLATOON 



C. Ajamian, Jr. 
J. E. Armstrong 
J. F. Armstrong 
C. D. Bishop 
J. Bryant 
Lawrence Clark 
O. A. Crawford 
J. M. Day 
Bob Goodwin 
J. W. Henry 
A. J. Drebs 
F. J. Lotterhos 



G. S. Mori 
R. B. Parkes 
H. H. Phelps 
C. E. Rowan 
G. H. Scheider 
C. F. Sidener 
M. Singuefield 
S. C. Stringfie'd 
V. J. Tirey 
J. W. Willis 
B. F. Wilson 



SECOND PLATOON 



R. E. Agnew 
F. S. Anderson 
D. Barnhill 
J. Burnett 
A. A. Covington 
W. Dunn 
D. L. Edit 
A. E. Hatch 
C. W. Herold 
C. G. Jackson 
S. B. Johnson 
R. L. Roger 
J. A. McKinnon 
J. Mansel 



H. L. Maxwell 
H. W. Melvin 
R. L. Milam 
W. Miles 
A. R. Moody 
J. E. Ogletree 
W. Piekarski 
V. Russell 
J. Salley 
W. Sartor 
L. A. Shipley 
R. H. Tolar, Jr. 
T. J. Vlahos 
L. M. Williams 




COMPANY OFFICERS 

Daniels, Stringfellow, Tolar, and Thomasson. 




ELLEN DOUGLAS GORTON 

Sponsor 




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Howa r d Bishop 
Robert Cox 
R. D. Edwins 
F. L. Friedman 
Richard Furr 
O. H. Hendricks 
Chris Henick 
John Jackson 



OFFICERS 



Captain W. G. BARNER 

EDMUND HOLMES 2nd Lieutenant 



Clarence Jolly 
Bobby Jones 
William Dratz 
George Kirkland 
Thomas H. Lane 
William Long 
Barry Mcintosh 
Charles Middleton 



MEMBERS 



H. R. Moran 
Edward T. Neilson 
Elbert Nelson 
Henry Paris 
Wh. H. Ferkins 
James Price 
J. C. Reid 
Robert Rushing 



1st Lieutenant 



Richard Russum 
B. L. Samuels 
B. W. Stephens 
Jack Stewart 
William Stewart 
Ivan Thompson 
Hobson Wakefield 
Ed Womble 



Ben G. Barringer 
Clark D. Bishop 



Paul V. Draughan 
Royal B. Hickey 
Lester F. Sumners 



MEMBERS 



Henry H. King 
William E. Korndoffer 
John H. White 



William I. McDonald 
William S. Sartor 




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George E. Aiken 
William W. Combs, Jr. 
Robert I. Cox 
John O. Emmerich, Jr. 
R. A. Emmons 
Richard T. Furr 



Harris B. Henley 
George H. Kirkland 
Barry P. Mcintosh 
John Prados 
Oran R. Segrest, Jr. 



OFFICERS 

JOHN H. NAPIER, III Captain 

GORDON B. DELASHMET First Lieutenant 

HAROLD W. MELVIN Second Lieutenant 

HENRY D. STONE First Sergeant 

CAPT. H. F. COVERDALE, USAF Faculty Advisor 



PERSHING RIFLES 

National honorary military fraternity for basic ROTC students. 
Company "H", 4th Regiment, chartered at Q!e Miss, December 28, 
1948. Founded at University of Nebraska in 1892 by Lt. John J. 
Pershing — later General of the Armies — who was a military instruc- 
tor there. 



PERSHING RIFLE!) AND SCABBARD AND BLADE 



OFFICERS 

JOHN H. NAPIER, III Captain 

HAROLD S. THAMES First Lieutenant 

R. GARLAND WALLS Second Lieutenant 

ULMER L. McNEILL First Sergeant 

CAPT. JEFFERSON D. SMITH, USMC Liasion Officer 

MAJ. JOSEPH L. CERNY, ORC Faculty Advisor 



SCABBARD AND BLADE 

National honorary military fraternity for advanced ROTC and 
NROTC students. Company "B", 8th Regiment, founded at Ole 
Miss April 6, 1940. 



first Row: Mack Adams, W. G. Barner, III, James Billingsley, John H. 
Fox, III, Sam P. Gardner, Edwin Horner, J. B. McLemore. Second Row: 
Ulmer McNeill, Ralph Marble, David Miller, Robert H. Mullett, John ri. 
Napier, III, Robert Patterson, George Quinnelly. Third Row: John Rawls. 
Robert Slater, James L. Stribling, Lester Sumners, Stanley Thames Garland 
Walis, Walton S. Williams. 



MEMBERS 



Mack A. Adams 
William G. Barner, III 

James R. Billingsley 
Kenneth Bowles 
John H. Fcx, III 
Sam P. Gardner 
Edwin M. Horner 
J. B. McLemore 
Ralph H. Marble 



David Miller 
Robert H. Mullett 
Robert B. Patterson 
George Quinnelly 
John Rawls 
Robert Slater 
James L. Stribling 
Lester F. Sumners 
Walton S. Williams 





THE UNIT STAFF OFFICERS 

Front row, Capt. May and Comdr. Hutchins; Back row, Capt. Smith, Lt. 
Ramsey and Lt. Ford. 




NAVY UNIT ENLISTED MEN 

first Row: Youngblood, Chidester, Kidd; Second Row:: Trawick, Cook, 

Doerrhes; Third Row: Vetsch, Casbier. 



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The Naval ROTC unit was established here in June, 1946. It 
outgrew the old quarters in Peabody Hall, and in 1947 the west 
wing of the old Physics Building, renovated and renamed McCain 
Hall, in memory of the late Admiral John S. McCain, Ole Miss 
alumnus, became the campus naval headquarters. 

The unit here supervises five-term navy officers as well as NROTC 
students. The five-termers are mentioned later. The NROTC stu- 
dents fall into two categories, regular students and contract stu- 
dents. 

Regular students are sent to college on government scholarships 
as a result of aptitude tests in their respective states. After 
receiving their degrees, the students must accept a commission, 
if physically qualified, as ensign in the Navy or as second lieutenant 
in the Marine Corps. After two years service, they may serve an 
additional year, or serve four years in the reserve. 

Contract students join the navy unit in schools to which they 
have already been admitted. During the third and fourth years of 
college, they are paid commutation of subsistence, and upon gra- 
duation they are offered commissions in the Navy or Marine Corps 
Reserve. 

Regular students make two summer cruises with the navy during 
their training and an additional summer is spent taking the naval 
aviation indoctrination course. Contract students are offered 
cruises between their third and fourth years of college. Summer 
duty usually lasts about eight weeks. 

Uniforms are furnished for drill and for official naval functions. 
Highlight of the unit's social activities is the annual Navy Ball, at 
which the sponsors for the officers are presented. 

The unit now numbers about 125 students. 



THE UNIT STAFF 
U. S. Navy Personnel 

Capt. Eugene F. May, USN, Commanding Officer 

Cdr. Charles S. Hutchings, USN, Executive Officer 

Capt. Jefferson D. Smith, USMC 

Lieutenant Paul J. Ramsey, USN 

Lieutenant Raymond E. Ford, USN 

Chief Gunner's Mate Ben R. Casbier, USN 

Chief Storekeeper Oscar M. Cook, USN 

Chief Yeoman Darwin F. Kidd, USN 

Chief O ual "termaster Philip M. Youngblood, USN 

Chief Fire Controlman Warren L. Doerres, USN 

Chief Storekeeper Charles R. Chidester, USN 

Master Sergeant Virgil E. Vetsch, USMC 

Sonarman First Class, James C. Trawick, Jr., USN 



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First Row: Ball, Cox, Burnham, Howard, Lanaghan; Second Row: Parks, 
Griffin, Martin, Weir, Bent; Third Row: Denkler, Nunnery, Wilkins, Moses, 

Dean. 



First Row: Lake, King, Koch, McEwen, Hamblin; Second Row: St. Clair, 
Lee, Holt, Larsen, Davis; Third Row: Hall, Warde, Martin, West, Blakeley 



FIVE TERMERS 



Five-termers are Naval Officers who have received 
their commissions with little or no college training. These 
officers, on full active duty status, are sent to the Uni- 
versity for five semesters, working for or toward a de- 
gree. The time spent at college serves as one of the 
officers' rotational periods of shore duty. 



Memers of the 

(JG) James L. Ball 

(JG) Jack Bent 

Hulon R. Blakeney 

(JG) Harold W. 

Robert L. Cox 

(JG) William R. Davis 
Arthur E. Dean 
William A. Denkler 
Averill G. Griffin 



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Lt. George M. Hall 

Lt. Cdr. Robert L. Hamblin 

Lt. (JG) Albert T. Holt 

Lt. (JG) Walter F. Howard 

Lt. Geoffrey B. King 

Lt. (JG) John L. Koch 



(JG) 
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Five Term Program 

Lt. Kenneth Lake 

Lt. (JG) Donald P. Lanaghan 

Lt. Orrin K. Larsen 

Lt. (JG) Donald E. Lee 

Lt. (JG) Charles E. Martin 

Lt. (JG) Howard N. Martin 

Lt. (JG) Richard C. McEwen 

Lt. (JG) Carl W. Moses 

Lt. Edward D. Nunnery 

Ens. William L. Parks, Jr. 

Lt. (JG) Robert H. St. Clair, Jr. 

Lt. (JG) William A. Warde 

Lt. (JG) Saxton A. Weir, Jr. 

Lt. David D. West 

Lt. (JG) James C. Wilkins 



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Front to back: Adams, McLemore, Frazier, Austin. 



SECOND COMPANY OFFICERS 

Front to Dack: BowIps. Joycp. Rawls. CuBois. 




BATALLION OFFICERS 

Left to right: Haqer, Sampson, Bowen, Gardner 



BATTALION OFFICERS 

SAMUEL P. GARDNER Commander 

WALTER R. HAGER Executive Officer 

JESSE E. SAMPSON Adjutant 

DONALD C. BOWEN Chief Petty Officer 

FIRST COMPANY OFFICERS 

MACK ADAMS Commander 

BRUCE G. AUSTIN Petty Officer 

JOHN B. McLEMORE, JR First Platoon Commander 

WATSON WEATHERLY First Platoon Petty Officer 

CHARLES L. FRAZIER Second Platoon Commander 

JESSE G. WILLIAMS Second Platoon Petty Officer 

SECOND COMPANY OFFICERS 

KENNETH BOWLES Commander 

DEAN C. DuBOIS Petty Officer 

EDWARD R. JOYCE First Platoon Commander 

JOHN P. HUDSON First Platoon Petty Officer 

JOHN F. RAWLS, JR Second Platoon Commander 

MATTHEW W, STEELE Second Platoon Petty Officer 

MEMBERS OF THE DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS 

Walter R. Haqer, Ic, leader Jared D. Mayes, III, 4c 

Richard F. Ackerman, 4c David W. Morrill, 4c 

Thomas M. Barry, 4c Harlan E. Northcott, 3c 

Thomas H. Cave, 3c Frank S. Peddle, Jr., 3c 

James H. McManus, 3c Richard R. White, 3c 
Jeremy D. Maxwell, 4c 




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FIRST COMPANY 



ENLISTED MEN 



John P. Adams, 3c 
Kordan M. Bonner, 4c 
Malcolm M. Breazeale, 4c 
Ronard K. Byrd, 4c 
Patrick R. Caine, 3c 
John W. Carriqan, 3c 
Thomas H. Cave, 3c 
Donald J. Childers, 3c 
Vertie L. Ezell, Jr., 4c 
Paul N. Gerard, 4c 
Thomas P. Goqqin, 4c 
Donald F. Gravenmier, 4c 
John Hatcher, 4c 



First Platoon 

Earl G. Heberer, 3c 
Arthur F. Hooper, 3c 
B. N. Langford, 4c 
James E. Maher, 3c 
Jeremy D. Maxwell, 4c 
Edwin C. Moncure, Jr., 
Dyral Q. Parker, 4c 
Richard A. Sinqley, 3c 
Allen C. Thompson, Jr., 4c 
Glen A. Tomlinson, 4c 
James W. Waltrip, 4c 
Miles R. Wilkerson, 3c 
Herbert P. Zschokke, 3c 



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Second Platoon 



Franklin C. Carlisle, Jr., 4c 
Robert L. Cave, Jr., 4c 
Winston W. Cornelius, 3c 
Robert H. Dunlap, 4c 
Henry P. Finville, 4c 
Robert J. Grady, 3c 
Boyd E. Harper, 3c 
Edward O. Johnson, Jr., 4c 
Michael M. Marshall, 4c 
Jack W. McCalmon, 4c 
Harvey J. Meltzer, 3c 
David W. Morrill, 4c 



Rowland M. Murphy, 4c 
Stiq J. Mylander, 4c 
Robert H. Patterson, 4c 
Jack L. Short, 3c 
Edward L. Sullivan, 3c 
Wilbur H. Van Riper, Jr., 
John W. Void, 4c 
Charles W. Walton, 4c 
Bon C. White, Jr., 3c 
Richard R. White, 3c 
Peter Willemoes, III, 3c 
Fred W. Younq, 3c 



3. 



Donald W. Aiken, 3c 
James H. Aiken, 3c 
Charles A. Anderson, 3c 
Bobbie E. Barrett, 4c 
Samuel L. Shesser, 3c 
Ira L. Couch, Jr., 4c 
Hessel L. Davison, 4c 
John W. Eckhart, II 
John R. Gerdes, 4c 
Alton K. Gilbert, 3c 
Ernest H. Greene, 4c 
Robert L. Halford, 3c 
Edward S. Hanrahan, 4c 
Henry N. Hernson, Jr., 4c 



ENLISTED MEN 

First Platoon 

Alfred B. Lanq, 3c 
Jeremy C. McCamic, 3c 
Kenneth F. Maqee, 4c 
Charles E. Newell, 4c 
Robert E. Owens, Jr., 4c 
John L. Paris, 4c 
Georqe M. Peters, 4c 
Stephen J. Sanford, 4c 
James W. Saul, 3c 
Ervin E. Sayle, Jr., 4c 
Reuben R. Scobey, Jr., 4c 
Kenneth E. Smith, 3c 
Robert M. Taylor, 4c 



4c 



Knute A. Klotz, Jr., 3c 
Richard F. Ackerman, 4c 
Phil B. Alexander, 3c 
John H. Allison, 4c 
Thomas M. Barry, 4c 
John S. Blonsick, Jr., 2c 
Jessie H. Boutwell, Jr., 3c 
Gideon L. Brown, Jr., 4c 
Robert W. Campion, Jr., 3c 
Henry C. Caldwell, Jr., 4c 
Donald L. Caskey, 3c 
Boyd G. Champion, 4c 
Frank C. Farlss, 4c 
Thomas H Freeland 



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Second Platoon 

Robert H Hodqe, 3c 
William E. Howard, 3c 
John A. Hunt, 4c 
John A. Kelahan, 3c 
Charles E. Kilduff, 4c 
Kenneth F. Kuzenski, 4c 
Harry L. Loflin, Jr., 4c 
James H. McManus, 3c 
Harlan E. Northcott, 3c 
Charles C. Starnes, 4c 
Kern S. Terry, 4c 
Billy W. Vick, 4c 
John R. Werner, 4c 
Tom H. Woodrow, 4c 



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THE UNIVERSITY OF 
MISSISSIPPI 



CENTENNIAL YEAR 



The University is composed of the following divisions: the 
College of Liberal Ads, the Schools of Law, Engineering, 
Education, Medicine, Pharmacy, Commerce and Business Ad- 
ministration, the Graduate School, and University Extension. 

Splendid facilities for general and specialized education are 
provided by the College of Liberal Arts and the Professional 
Schools. 

SUMMER SESSION, 1949 

First Six Weeks Term June I -July 9 

Second Six Weeks Term July I I -Aug. 19 

Students attending both terms will be able to earn twelve 
semester hours. Courses will be offered in the College of 
Liberal Arts, the Graduate School, and in the Schools of Law, 
Commerce and Business Administration, Medicine, Engineering, 
Pharmacy, and Education. Recreation — Excellent athletic and 
recrealional facilities insure ample opportunities for exercise 
and relaxation. An excellent swimming pool, a superb golf 
course, numerous tennis courts, and many indoor games pro- 
vide attractions for everyone. 

Write to the Director of the Summer Session, University, 
Mississippi, for the Summer Session Bulletin. 

THE FALL SESSION BEGINS 
Orientation Program ......... Friday, September 16 

Registration Tuesday, September 20 





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Corona, Royal, Remington, and Underwood 
Portable Typewriters. 

We are authorized by the manufacturers to re- 
pair all makes of typewriters. 

COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE 

THE OXFORD EAGLE 



BALFOUR 
FRATERNITY JEWELRY 



Place all orders for jewelry through the 
Birmingham Office 



ENOCH BENSON, Manager 



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Badges, Rings, Novelties, Etc. 



L G. BALFOUR CO. 



2104 Fifth Ave., North 



Birmingham, Ala. 




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Yes, it's amazing the way Lion Naturalube Motor Oil removes hard 
carbon from motor parts. Coming from a basically different crude 
oil, Naturalube's ability to loosen and remove carbon is a peculiar 
NATURAL characteristic not possessed by other types of lubricating 
oils. To restore power to your motor — to save fuel — to save wear- 
use Lion Naturalube Motor Oil. 



LION OIL 




COMPANY 



EL DORADO, ARKANSAS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ANDERSON'S 

Men's Wear 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



JOSEPH K. FASOLD 

Jeweler 

GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI 



Rel 



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Fish 

Swim on 
MISSISSIPPI'S GULF COAST 

AT 

FAIRCHILD'S 

RESTAURANT AND COTTAGES 

SWIMMING POOL SPORTS RESULTS 



East Beach 



Gulfport, Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

M. SALLOUM'S DEPARTMENT 
STORE 

MITCHELL SALLOUM, Owner Gulfport 



HENRY CLAY HOTEL 

WEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI 

Congratulates Ole Miss Seniors 
1949 

The Henry Clay offers 

GUEST ACCOMODATIONS Banquet Facilities 

125 People Fraternal & Social 

Fireproof Functions 

Air-Cooled The Jungle Room 

Modern Accomodating 150 

Rooms Civic Room Small Pvt. 

Dinners 

T. F. WYMAN, Owner CHARLES MALLORY, Mgr. 




More of Moore 



ELLIOTT LUMBER 
COMPANY 

Lumber and Building Materials 
From Foundation Through Roof 

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS 

Phone 307 Oxford, Mississippi 



GREENWOOD 
GROCERY COMPANY 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



Coals from: 

ALABAMA— ARKANSAS— ILLINOIS 

KENTUCKY— TENNESSEE 

AND THE VIRGINIAS 

CRABTREE — NORCO — GREEN RIVER 

8" x 3" — 8" x I Va" — 3" x 2" Washed Egg 
3" x l'/ 2 " Washed Nut — 2" x l'/ 2 " Washed Nut 

MINE RUN — 8" MINE RUN 

Washed Locomotive Stoker 

WASHED INDUSTRIAL STOKER 

1 1/2" x 28 Mesh— I" x 28 Mesh— 3/8" x 28 Mesh 

WASHED OIL TREATED DOMESTIC STOKER 
1 1/2" x I" — 1 1/2" x 3/8" — I" x 3/8" 

MONRO-WARRIOR 
COAL & COKE CO. 

Birmingham, Ala. — Coma- Bldg. 

Nashville, Tenn. 
Chicago, III. Louisville, Ky. 

Nortonville, Ky. Memphis, Tenn. 



McKESSON & ROBBINS, INC. 
*jror the l/lttimate f-^eah 

IN 

LABORATORY SUPPLIES 

GLASSWARE • C. P. CHEMICALS 
BIOLOGICAL & METALLURGICAL SUPPLIES 

1706 1st Ave., N. Birmingham, Ala. 

PHONE 3-4171 



CORTRIGHT'S DRUG 
STORE 

A 

Prescriptions filled Professionally 

V 

YAZOO CITY, MISSISSIPPI 



IF IT'S ABROS DELIGHT 

It's Gotta Be Right! 




Tender, juicy, 
spicy and always 
good. They're 
skinless and all 
meat. 




Smoked +0 perfec- 
tion. Tangy flavor 
in each crisp, sav- 
ory strip. 



ABRAHAM BROS. PACKING CO. 



MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 




Another Mississippi Institution . . . 

. . . interested in promoting the growth and development of this great 
state. Remember that every time any of us engage in making, selling 
or buying a "Mississippi Product" we are contributing that much to the 
progress and prosperity of Mississippi's future. 

THE SOUTHLAND COMPANY 

Refineries at Yazoo City and Laurel, Miss. 




SOUTHLAND 



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GASOLINE & MOTOR OIL 
"Mokes Your Motor 
Purr Like A Kitten" 



"DARLING— 
WE ARE GROWING OLD 
AND AREN'T WE ALL 
PROUD OF IT! 

50-year-old Kennlngton's salutes 100 
-year-old "Ole Miss" on this great 
centennial occasion and wishes the 
University many happy returns. 




"ONE OF THE SOUTHS DISTINGUISHED STORES' 




Ladies in Waiting 



3or GDDD LDDKS 

and GOOD HEALTH 

© ALBOLENE CLEANSING CREAM 

a pure cream for cleansing and lubricating the skin. 
A favorite of actresses. 

• BEXEL VITAMIN B COMPLEX CAPSULES 

contain five members of the important Vitamin B 
Complex. Used as a dietary accessory. 

• CALOX TOOTH POWDER 

a scienlific blend of five cleansing and polishing in- 
gredients. Refreshes the breath. 

© SORETONE 

recommended for sore and aching muscles and as 
an excellent after-exercise rub-down. 

e TAWN TOILETRIES FOR MEN 

Shave Lotion, Brush- 
Hair Dressing. 

o YODORA DEODORANT CREAM 

stops prespiration odors the soothingest way due to 
delicate cold cream base. 

These and 225 other McKesson Products contribute to 
your Good Looks and Good Health. Ask for McKesson 
Products at your local druggist. 



packed with masculine appeal, 
less Shave, Cologne, Shampoo, 



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MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 



FUELS OF MERIT 

WASHED AND SIZED 

NUMBER ELEVEN SEAM 

WESTERN KY. COALS 

Write or Phone 

WEST KY. COAL CO. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

M. N. WILKEY, District Sales Mgr. 
Home Office — Earlington, Ky. 



RETAIL LUMBER 

MILLWORK 

CUSTOM DRESSING AND RESAWING 

BUILDERS HARDWARE 

PAINTS & ROOFING 



BLUFF CITY 
LUMBER COMPANY 

Incorporated 

Phone 2-2377 

2101 Central Ave. Memphis, Tenn. 



D. CANALE COMPANY 

MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE 



WHOLESALERS 
FRESH FRUITS— PRODUCE 



MISTILIS CAFE 

NEW ATTRACTION 

Only grade AA Meats Served 

T Bene Steaks $ 1. 75— Now $1.50 

Filet Mignon 1.50— Now 1.40 

Sirloin Steaks 1.60— Now 1.40 

Club Steaks 1.20— Now 1. 10 

Hamburger Steaks 80 — Now .75 

Fried Chicken 1.25 

Country Fried Steak 80— Now .70 

Roast Beef or Pork 80— Now .70 

Ouick Service and Excellent CPua lity 
Across from Grammar School 

MR. & MRS. TOM MISTILIS 



HOME IS THE 

HEART OF 
MISSISSIPPI 



Let us help you Honor your Home 

with distinctive home furnishings and 

complete decorating service! 




Live as Well as You Look 





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STOO £ HOURS 9 00 TO 5 30 



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tir-21 W.CAPITOL ST.. JACKSOW [.MISSISSIPPI 

• -"COMPLETE HOWE F U » I HH I It 5 " . '. 



IN C. (ATIE. It 



A CORDIAL WELCOME 



AWAITS YOU 
AT THE 



CASA de FRESA HOTEL 



HAMMOND, LOUISIANA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

ROBERT'S DRUG STORE 

GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 



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"Suits the South" 



STRIBLING BROS. MACHINERY CO 




"CATERPILLAR" DIESEL D6 AND BULLDOZER 

REPRESENTING 
SIXTY (60) YEARS OF SPECIALIZED EDUCATION 

KNOWLEDGE: You learn from others. 
WISDOM: Is what you teach yourself. 

MEN WITH KNOWLEDGE: 

Review yesterday's events. 
Take stock of today's happenings. 
Project themselves into tomorrow. 



"CATERPILLAR" WITH WISDOM: 

Looks back on "60" years of accomplishment. 

Takes stock of today's return. 

With confidence, anticipates tomorrow. 

STRIBLING BROS. MACHINERY CO. 



Jackson 
Dial 22621 



Greenwood 
Dial 832 



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HATTIESBURG 



SINCE 1901 — THE SMARTEST STYLES, THE BEST 
QUALITY, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES . . . 



THE BANK 
OF HOLLY SPRINGS 

HOLLY SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI 

RESOURCES OVER $2,000,000.00 

Established Feb. I, 1869—80 Years Old 

OFFICERS 

President HARRIS GHOLSON 

Vice President and Cashier J. F. DANIEL 

Vice President W. B. BRADBERRY 

Assistant Cashier MRS. G. G. HILL 




Twice the fire was built 



CORRECT HOME FURNISHING 

IS AS IMPORTANT AS 

YOUR SCHOOL WORK 



ARTHUR SEELBINDER 



5 I 7 Union 



Memphis, Tennessee 



KUPPENHEIMER Clothes 
TIMELY Suits 

CAMPUS TOGS 

GARFIELD Ace 



Arrow Shirts 

Wilson Brothers Shirts 

Bostonian Shoes 



When in Greenwood make our 

store your Headquarters. 

YOU are always welcome. 




GREENWOOD, MISS. 



• Band Instruments 
• Pianos 

• Records 

• Radios 

• Band Instrument 



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NEELD BAND 
INSTRUMENT CO. 



S. Main Street 



Yazoo City, Miss. 



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• • BRAND • • 

Work Clothes 

MANUFACTURED AND DISTRIBUTED 
By 

REED BROTHERS 

Incorporated 

Garment Manufacturers 
Wholesale Dry Goods 

TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI 



CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES 



We congratulate you upon the successful completion of your academic training and welcome you to 
the business world. We look forward to future associations with you and to the contributions we know 
you will make to the progress of our nation. 

Some selected few of you may be able to qualify for a career in life insurance. Those who do qualify 
will find it a fascinating opportunity in which you will move forward year after year and in which your 
ultimate position and financial rewards will be limited only by your own ability and efforts. 

We will be glad to discuss a life insurance career with you. 



■RELIANCE Lift 

INSURANCE COMPANY Of PITTSBURGH 

DELMAR L. SIMMONS, Manager 



407-410 Barnett-Madden Building 



Phone 5-1551 



Jackson, Mississippi 



COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



MID-SOUTH PACKERS 



TUPELO. MISSISSIPPI 







Our Business has been built on 
SERVICE— and high quality 
products 

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^ for Motorists 

♦ for Farms 

♦ for Fleets 



Be sure ISeI with Pure 



THE MID-SOUTH OIL COMPANY 

Distributors of Pure Oil Company Products 
General Offices: 1235 Riverside Drive, Memphis, Tennessee 



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